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15-Mar-2017Exome-wide association study reveals novel susceptibility genes to sporadic dilated cardiomyopathyEsslinger, U; Garnier, S; Korniat, A; Proust, C; Kararigas, G, et al
20-Jun-2017On the choice of outlet boundary conditions for patient-specific analysis of aortic flow using computational fluid dynamicsPirola, S; Cheng, Z; Jarral, OA; O'Regan, DP; Pepper, JR, et al
18-May-2018Exercise cardiac MRI unmasks right ventricular dysfunction in acute hypoxia and chronic pulmonary arterial hypertensionJaijee, SK; Quinlan, M; Tokarczuk, P; Clemence, M; Howard, L, et al
21-Dec-2011Assessment of the impact of the scanner-related factors on brain morphometry analysis with BrainvisaShokouhi, M; Barnes, A; Suckling, J; Moorhead, TW; Brennan, D, et al
1-May-2017Machine learning of three-dimensional right ventricular motion enables outcome prediction in pulmonary hypertension: a cardiac MR imaging studyDawes, T; Simoes monteiro de marvao, A; Shi, W; Fletcher, T; Watson, G, et al
17-Jul-2014Role of environmental confounding in the association between FKBP5 and first-episode psychosisAjnakina, O; Borges, S; Di Forti, M; Patel, Y; Xu, X, et al
22-Oct-2012Social Disadvantage: Cause or Consequence of Impending Psychosis?Stilo, SA; Di Forti, M; Mondelli, V; Falcone, AM; Russo, M, et al
19-Nov-2013White matter integrity as a predictor of response to treatment in first episode psychosisReis Marques, T; Taylor, H; Chaddock, C; Dell'acqua, F; Handley, R, et al
28-Nov-2013The longitudinal interplay between negative and positive symptom trajectories in patients under antipsychotic treatment: a post hoc analysis of data from a randomized, 1-year pragmatic trialChen, L; Johnston, JA; Kinon, BJ; Stauffer, V; Succop, P, et al
31-Mar-2015Cortisol and Inflammatory Biomarkers Predict Poor Treatment Response in First Episode PsychosisMondelli, V; Ciufolini, S; Belvederi Murri, M; Bonaccorso, S; Di Forti, M, et al