Using a multivariate model to assess the interactive effects of demographics and lifestyle on the hematological profile.

@article{McArtor2017UsingAM,
  title={Using a multivariate model to assess the interactive effects of demographics and lifestyle on the hematological profile.},
  author={Daniel B. McArtor and Bochao Danae Lin and Jouke-Jan Hottenga and Dorret I. Boomsma and Gonneke H. M. Willemsen and Gitta H. Lubke},
  journal={Biomarkers in medicine},
  year={2017},
  volume={11 6},
  pages={
          427-438
        }
}
AIM To assess the extent to which a multivariate approach to modeling interrelated hematological indices provides more informative results than the traditional approach of modeling each index separately. MATERIALS & METHODS The effects of demographics and lifestyle on ten hematological indices collected from a Dutch population-based sample (n = 3278) were studied, jointly using multivariate distance matrix regression and separately using linear regression. RESULTS The multivariate approach… CONTINUE READING

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