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The familial risk of autism.
IMPORTANCE Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) aggregates in families, but the individual risk and to what extent this is caused by genetic factors or shared or nonshared environmental factors remainsExpand
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Most genetic risk for autism resides with common variation
A key component of genetic architecture is the allelic spectrum influencing trait variability. For autism spectrum disorder (herein termed autism), the nature of the allelic spectrum is uncertain.Expand
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Identification of common genetic risk variants for autism spectrum disorder
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a highly heritable and heterogeneous group of neurodevelopmental phenotypes diagnosed in more than 1% of children. Common genetic variants contribute substantiallyExpand
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Analysis of shared heritability in common disorders of the brain
Brainstorming diseases Consistent classification of neuropsychiatric diseases is problematic because it can lead to misunderstanding of etiology. The Brainstorm Consortium examined multipleExpand
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Advancing paternal age and risk of autism: new evidence from a population-based study and a meta-analysis of epidemiological studies
Advanced paternal age has been suggested as a risk factor for autism, but empirical evidence is mixed. This study examines whether the association between paternal age and autism in the offspring (1)Expand
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The increasing prevalence of reported diagnoses of childhood psychiatric disorders: a descriptive multinational comparison
Abstract The objective of this study is to compare the time trend of reported diagnoses of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), hyperkinetic disorder, Tourette’s syndrome, and obsessive-compulsiveExpand
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Large-Scale Exome Sequencing Study Implicates Both Developmental and Functional Changes in the Neurobiology of Autism
Summary We present the largest exome sequencing study of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to date (n=35,584 total samples, 11,986 with ASD). Using an enhanced Bayesian framework to integrate de novoExpand
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Advancing paternal age and bipolar disorder.
CONTEXT Advancing paternal age has been reported as a risk factor for neurodevelopmental disorders. OBJECTIVES To determine whether advanced paternal age is associated with an increased risk of BPDExpand
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Low carbohydrate-high protein diet and incidence of cardiovascular diseases in Swedish women: prospective cohort study
Objective To study the long term consequences of low carbohydrate diets, generally characterised by concomitant increases in protein intake, on cardiovascular health. Design Prospective cohort study.Expand
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Low carbohydrate–high protein diet and mortality in a cohort of Swedish women
Objective.  The long‐term health consequences of diets used for weight control are not established. We have evaluated the association of the frequently recommended low carbohydrate diets – usuallyExpand
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