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Author: Andrew Dahl

  • Most recently observed institution: University of Oxford

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  • All-time downloads: 7,211 (rank: 25,808 (tie) )
  • Categories:
    • clinical trials: 571 (rank: 770 (tie) )
    • evolutionary biology: 3,402 (rank: 994 (tie) )
    • genetics: 1,916 (rank: 9,087 )
    • genomics: 941 (rank: 22,225 (tie) )
    • neuroscience: 381 (rank: 49,768 (tie) )

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Ultra-rare variants drive substantial cis-heritability of human gene expression

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GBAT: a gene-based association method for robust trans-gene regulation detection

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    • In genetics: 911
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Estimating the rate of cell type degeneration from epigenetic sequencing of cell-free DNA

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    • In genomics: 2,146
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Statistical properties of simple random-effects models for genetic heritability

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    • In genetics: 1,219
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Effect of vitamin D supplementation on biomarkers of inflammation and immune function: functional genomics analysis of the BEST-D trial

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Universal latent axes capturing Parkinson's patient deep phenotypic variation reveals patients with a high genetic risk for Alzheimer's disease are more likely to develop a more aggressive form of Parkinson's.

neuroscience more details view paper
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    • In neuroscience: 10,118
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