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Year Number of Results
1945 1
1946 6
1947 10
1948 9
1949 7
1950 10
1951 18
1952 6
1953 16
1954 9
1955 29
1956 33
1957 31
1958 39
1959 52
1960 39
1961 53
1962 61
1963 88
1964 76
1965 63
1966 35
1967 231
1968 369
1969 474
1970 599
1971 774
1972 874
1973 1005
1974 1357
1975 1207
1976 1074
1977 1074
1978 1151
1979 1436
1980 1577
1981 1762
1982 1779
1983 1892
1984 2161
1985 2467
1986 2768
1987 2807
1988 3334
1989 3676
1990 3789
1991 3733
1992 4044
1993 4420
1994 4637
1995 4814
1996 5225
1997 5391
1998 5675
1999 6116
2000 6802
2001 7829
2002 7806
2003 8243
2004 8853
2005 9748
2006 9466
2007 10150
2008 10947
2009 10816
2010 11389
2011 12938
2012 14610
2013 15819
2014 16614
2015 17294
2016 17494
2017 17340
2018 15543
2019 7146
2020 139
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Hallmarks of Cellular Senescence
Hernandez-Segura A, et al. Trends Cell Biol 2018 - Review. PMID 29477613
Genetics of Anorexia Nervosa
Baker JH, et al. Curr Psychiatry Rep 2017 - Review. PMID 28940168 Free PMC article.
Methodological challenges in mendelian randomization
VanderWeele TJ, et al. Epidemiology 2014 - Review. PMID 24681576 Free PMC article.
Several scenarios violating the Mendelian randomization assumptions are described, including settings with inadequate phenotype definition, the setting of time-varying exposures, the presence of gene-environment interaction, the existence of measurement error, the possibility of reverse causation, and the presence of linkage disequilibrium. ...
Several scenarios violating the Mendelian randomization assumptions are described, including settings with inadequate phenotype defin …
Phenotype-by-environment interactions influence dispersal.
Baines CB, et al. J Anim Ecol 2019. PMID 31077361
Numerous studies have demonstrated that dispersal is dependent on both disperser phenotype and the local environment. However, there is substantial variability in the observed strength and direction of phenotype- and environment-dependent dispersal. ...These results suggest that phenotype-by-environment interactions strongly influence dispersal. Since phenotype- and environment-dependent dispersal has different consequences for ecological and evolutionary dynamics (e.g. metapopulation persistence and local adaptation) than random dispersal, interactive effects may have wide-reaching impacts on populations and communities. ...
Numerous studies have demonstrated that dispersal is dependent on both disperser phenotype and the local environment. However, there …
Cross-Phenotype Association Analysis Using Summary Statistics from GWAS.
Li X and Zhu X. Methods Mol Biol 2017. PMID 28980259 Free PMC article.
Recent studies have demonstrated that the same variant or gene can be associated with multiple traits, and such associations are termed cross-phenotype (CP) associations. ...
Recent studies have demonstrated that the same variant or gene can be associated with multiple traits, and such associations are termed cros …
Developmental evolution
Lickliter R. Wiley Interdiscip Rev Cogn Sci 2017 - Review. PMID 27906523
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