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Genotype by smoking interaction for Leptin Levels in the San Antonio Family Heart Study. MARTIN (Lisa-J); COLE (Shelley-A); HIXSON (James-E) et al.GENETIC EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2002; 105-115, issn 0741-0395ARTICLE.

Mortality differences by APOE genotype estimated from demographic synthesis. EWBANK (Douglas-C).GENETIC EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2002; 146-155, issn 0741-0395ARTICLE.

The detection of gene-environment interaction for continuous traits : should we deal with measurement error by bigger studies or better measurement ? Commentary. WONG (M.Y.); DAY (N.E.); LUAN (J.A.) et al.INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2003; 51-59, issn 0300-5771ARTICLE.

The genome sequence is a jazz score. PORTA (Miquel).INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2003; 29-31, issn 0300-5771ARTICLE.

Defining the Environment in Gene-Environment Research : Lessons From Social Epidemiology.BOARDMAN (Jason-D); DAW (Jonathan); FREESE (Jeremy) et al.AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH. 2013; S64-S72, issn 0090-0036ARTICLE.

Gene-Environment Correlation : Difficulties and a Natural Experiment-Based Strategy.WAGNER (Brandon); JIANG LI (.); HEXUAN LIU (.) et al.AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH. 2013; S167-S173, issn 0090-0036ARTICLE.

Family-based Gene-by-environment Interaction Studies : Revelations and Remedies.MIN SHI (.); UMBACH (David-M); WEINBERG (Clarice-R) et al.EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2011; 400-407, issn 1044-3983ARTICLE.

Genetic background of lead and mercury metabolism in a group of medical students in Austria.GUNDACKER (Claudia); WITTMANN (Karl-J); KUKUCKOVA (Martina) et al.ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH. 2009; 786-796, issn 0013-9351ARTICLE.

Assessing effects of disease genes and gene-environment interactions : the case-spouse design and the counterfactual-control analysis.LEE (Wen-Chung); CHANG (Chin-Hao).JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND COMMUNITY HEALTH. 2006; 683-685, issn 0143-005XARTICLE.

Conceptual Shifts Needed to Understand the Dynamic Interactions of Genes, Environment, Epigenetics, Social Processes, and Behavioral Choices.JACKSON (Fatimah-Lc); NICULESCU (Mihai-D); JACKSON (Robert-T) et al.AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH. 2013; S33-S42, issn 0090-0036ARTICLE.

A method for indirectly estimating gene-environment effect modification and power given only genotype frequency and odds ratio of environmental exposure.EFIRD (Jimmy-Thomas).EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2005; 389-393, issn 0393-2990ARTICLE.

A Sign of Superspreading in Tuberculosis : Highly Skewed Distribution of Genotypic Cluster Sizes.YPMA (Rolf-Jf); KORTHALS ALTES (Hester); VAN SOOLINGEN (Dick) et al.EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2013; 395-400, issn 1044-3983ARTICLE.

Reporting and interpretation in genome-wide association studies.WAKEFIELD (Jon).INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2008; 641-653, issn 0300-5771ARTICLE.

Two Tuberculosis Genotyping Clusters, One Preventable Outbreak.BUFF (Ann-M); SOSA (Lynn-E); HOOPS (Andrea-J) et al.PUBLIC HEALTH REPORTS. 2009; 490-494, issn 0033-3549ARTICLE.

Bias in association studies resulting from gene-environment interactions and competing risks. ELBAZ (Alexis); ALPEROVITCH (Annick).AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2002; 265-273, issn 0002-9262ARTICLE.

Ethical issues in human genome epidemiology : A case study based on the Japanese American Family study in Seattle, Washington. AUSTIN (Melissa-A).AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2002; 585-592, issn 0002-9262ARTICLE.

Diabetes and the "thrifty genotype" : Commentary. KING (H.); ROGLIC (G.).BULLETIN OF THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION. 1999; 692-693, issn 0042-9686ARTICLE.

On the synthesis and interpretation of consistent but weak gene-disease associations in the era of genome-wide association studies. Commentary.KHOURY (Muin-J); LITTLE (Julian); GWINN (Marta) et al.INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2007; 439-448, issn 0300-5771ARTICLE.

Pharmacogenetics : the ethical context. THOMAS (S.M.).THE PHARMACOGENOMICS JOURNAL. 2001; 239-242, issn 1470-269XARTICLE.

Apolipoprotein E allele in centenarians. ASADA (T.); KARIYA (T.); YAMAGATA (Z.) et al.NEUROLOGY. 1996; 1484-, issn 0028-3878ARTICLE.

On the Robustness of Tests of Genetic Associations Incorporating Gene-environment Interaction When the Environmental Exposure is Misspecified.TCHETGEN TCHETGEN (Eric-J); KRAFT (Peter).EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2011; 257-261, issn 1044-3983ARTICLE.

Design Considerations for Genomic Association Studies : Importance of Gene-Environment Interactions.LE MARCHAND (Loic); WILKENS (Lynne-R).CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY, BIOMARKERS AND PREVENTION. 2008; 263-267, issn 1055-9965ARTICLE.

Gene-environment interactions : implications for sudden unexpected deaths in infancy.HUNT (C.E.).ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD. 2005; 48-53, issn 0003-9888ARTICLE.

Relative contributions of genes, environment, and interactions to blood lipid concentrations in a general adult population.COSTANZA (Michael-C); CAYANIS (Eftihia); ROSS (Barbara-M) et al.AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY. 2005; 714-724, issn 0002-9262ARTICLE.

Methodological aspects of investigating gene-nutrient interactions. BONAITI-PELLIE (C.).EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER PREVENTION. 2002; 69-74, issn 0959-8278ARTICLE.

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