Gene-environment interactions and familial relative risks.

Abstract

OBJECTIVES Parents share genes and environmental exposures with their offspring. Spouses are often unrelated and their excess of genetic sharing is low, but the similar lifestyles of spouses regarding, for example, tobacco consumption may also result in a familial clustering of disease. This study investigates the influence of gene-environment interactions… (More)
DOI: 10.1159/000133836

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