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1. TNF gene polymorphism and quantitative traits related to cardiovascular disease: getting to the heart of the matter.


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2. Multivariate QTL linkage analysis suggests a QTL for platelet count on chromosome 19q


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3. Replication of reported linkages for dyslexia and spelling and suggestive evidence for novel regions on chromosomes 4 and 17


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4. A simple method to localise pleiotropic susceptibility loci using univariate linkage analyses of correlated traits


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5. A genome-wide scan for naevus count: Linkage to CDKN2A and to other chromosome regions


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6. Evidence for a QTL on chromosome 19 influencing LDL cholesterol levels in the general population


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7. Ambivalent connections: a qualitative study of the care experiences of non-psychotic chronic patients who are perceived as 'difficult' by professionals


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8. Monoclonal antibodies for dystrophin analysis. Epitope mapping and improved binding to SDS-treated muscle sections.

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9. The DMDgene analysed by field inversion gel electrophoresis


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10. Specific isolation of 3'-terminal exons of human genes by exon trapping.

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