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Abney, Mark A.
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Abney, Mark A.
Genome-wide search for asthma susceptibility loci in a founder population. The Collaborative Study on the Genetics of Asthma.
Broad and narrow heritabilities of quantitative traits in a founder population.
Quantitative-trait homozygosity and association mapping and empirical genomewide significance in large, complex pedigrees: fasting serum-insulin level in the Hutterites.
Are common disease susceptibility alleles the same in outbred and founder populations?
The genetic dissection of complex traits in a founder population.
Sex-specific genetic architecture of whole blood serotonin levels.
Heritability estimation of sex-specific effects on human quantitative traits.
Variation in ITGB3 has sex-specific associations with plasma lipoprotein(a) and whole blood serotonin levels in a population-based sample.
Sex differences in the genetic basis of morning serum cortisol levels: genome-wide screen identifies two novel loci specific to women.
The importance of genealogy in determining genetic associations with complex traits.
Major loci influencing serum triglyceride levels on 2q14 and 9p21 localized by homozygosity-by-descent mapping in a large Hutterite pedigree.
Whole-genome sequencing of individuals from a founder population identifies candidate genes for asthma.
PRIMAL: Fast and accurate pedigree-based imputation from sequence data in a founder population.