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    • An epigenome-wide association study meta-analysis of educational attainment 

      Karlsson Linnér, R; Marioni, R E; Rietveld, C A; Simpkin, A J; Davies, N M; Watanabe, K; Armstrong, N J; Auro, K; Baumbach, C; Bonder, M J; Buchwald, J; Fiorito, G; Ismail, K; Iurato, S; Joensuu, A; Karell, P; Kasela, S; Lahti, J; McRae, A F; Mandaviya, P R; Seppälä, I; Wang, Y; Baglietto, L; Binder, E B; Harris, S E; Hodge, A M; Horvath, S; Hurme, M; Johannesson, M; Latvala, A; Mather, K A; Medland, S E; Metspalu, A; Milani, L; Milne, R L; Pattie, A; Pedersen, N L; Peters, A; Polidoro, S; Räikkönen, K; Severi, G; Starr, J M; Stolk, L; Waldenberger, M; Eriksson, J G; Esko, T; Franke, L; Gieger, C; Giles, G G; Hägg, S; Jousilahti, P; Kaprio, J; Kähönen, M; Lehtimäki, T; Martin, N G; van Meurs, J B C; Ollikainen, M; Perola, M; Posthuma, D; Raitakari, O T; Sachdev, P S; Taskesen, E; Uitterlinden, A G; Vineis, P; Wijmenga, C; Wright, M J; Relton, C; Davey Smith, G; Deary, I J; Koellinger, P D; Benjamin, D J (Springer Nature, 2017-10-31)
      The epigenome is associated with biological factors, such as disease status, and environmental factors, such as smoking, alcohol consumption and body mass index. Although there is a widespread perception that environmental ...
    • Genome-wide autozygosity is associated with lower general cognitive ability 

      Howrigan, D P; Simonson, M A; Davies, G; Harris, S E; Tenesa, A; Starr, J M; Liewald, D C; Deary, I J; McRae, A; Wright, M J; Montgomery, G W; Hansell, N; Martin, N G; Payton, A; Horan, M; Ollier, W E; Abdellaoui, A; Boomsma, D I; DeRosse, P; Knowles, E E M; Glahn, D C; Djurovic, S; Melle, I; Andreassen, O A; Christoforou, A; Steen, V M; Hellard, S L; Sundet, K; Reinvang, I; Espeseth, T; Lundervold, A J; Giegling, I; Konte, B; Hartmann, A M; Rujescu, D; Roussos, P; Giakoumaki, S; Burdick, K E; Bitsios, P; Donohoe, G; Corley, R P; Visscher, P M; Pendleton, N; Malhotra, A K; Neale, B M; Lencz, T; Keller, M C (Springer Nature, 2015-09-22)
      Inbreeding depression refers to lower fitness among offspring of genetic relatives. This reduced fitness is caused by the inheritance of two identical chromosomal segments (autozygosity) across the genome, which may expose ...