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18-Jun-2015Epigenome-wide association of DNA methylation markers in peripheral blood from Indian Asians and Europeans with incident type 2 diabetes: a nested case-control studyChambers, JC; Loh, M; Lehne, B; Drong, A; Kriebel, J, et al
13-Oct-2016N-linked glycan sites within the A2 domain of von Willebrand factor modulate macrophage-mediated clearanceChion, A; O'Sullivan, JM; Drakeford, C; Bergsson, G; Dalton, N, et al
3-Sep-2018Publisher Correction: Telomerecat: A ploidy-agnostic method for estimating telomere length from whole genome sequencing dataFarmery, JHR; Smith, ML; Lynch, AG; Huissoon, A; Furnell, A, et al
21-Nov-2016Plasma metabolomics implicate modified transfer RNAs and altered bioenergetics in the outcome of pulmonary arterial hypertensionRhodes, CJ; Ghataorhe, P; Wharton, J; Rue-Albrecht, K; Hadinnapola, C, et al
18-Apr-2017Factor V anticoagulant cofactor activity that targets the early phase of coagulationSantamaria, S; RegliƄska-Matveyev, N; Gierula, M; Camire, RM; Crawley, JTB, et al
2-Dec-2017ADAMTS13 and von Willebrand factor: a Dynamic DuoSouth, K; Lane, DA; British Heart Foundation; British Heart Foundation
15-Aug-2017miR-542 promotes mitochondrial dysfunction and SMAD activity and is raised in ICU Acquired WeaknessFarre garros; Paul, R; Connolly, M; Lewis, A; Natanek, SA, et al
12-Aug-2017ACUTE DIETARY SATURATED FAT INTAKE CAN SUPPRESS THE INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE IN HUMAN CIRCULATING FOAMY MONOCYTESRahman, S; Vorkas, P; Morrison, D; Frost, G; Haskard, 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
13-Oct-2017New blood pressure associated loci identified in meta-analyses of 475,000 individualsKraja, AT; Evangelou, E; Tzoulaki, I; Zhang, W; Gao, H, et al