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Barc, J.* et al.: Genome-wide association analyses identify new Brugada syndrome risk loci and highlight a new mechanism of sodium channel regulation in disease susceptibility. Nat. Genet. 54, 232-239 (2022)
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Hawe, J. et al.: Genetic variation influencing DNA methylation provides insights into molecular mechanisms regulating genomic function. Nat. Genet. 54, 18–29 (2022)
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Eumorphia Consortium (Hrabě de Angelis, M. ; Wurst, W. ; Abe, K. ; Beckers, J. ; Busch, D.H. ; Dalke, C. ; Gailus-Durner, V. ; Fuchs, H. ; Graw, J. ; Hölter, S.M. ; Kallnik, M. ; Lengger, C. ; Pedersen, V. ; Puk, O. ; Vogt Weisenhorn, D.M. ; Wagner, S.) & Quintanilla-Fend, L.: EMPReSS: Standardized phenotype screens for functional annotation of the mouse genome (vol 37, pg 1155, 2005). Nat. Genet. 54, 358-360 (2022)
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Hsieh, T.C.* et al.: GestaltMatcher facilitates rare disease matching using facial phenotype descriptors. Nat. Genet. 54, 349-357 (2022)
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Nakatani, T. et al.: DNA replication fork speed underlies cell fate changes and promotes reprogramming. Nat. Genet. 54, 318–327 (2022)
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Schork, A.J.* ; Peterson, R.E.* ; Dahl, A.* ; Cai, N. & Kendler, K.S.*: Indirect paths from genetics to education. Nat. Genet. 54, 372-373 (2022)
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Birling, M.C.* et al.: A resource of targeted mutant mouse lines for 5,061 genes. Nat. Genet. 53, 416-419 (2021)
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Bonder, M.J.* et al.: Identification of rare and common regulatory variants in pluripotent cells using population-scale transcriptomics. Nat. Genet. 53, 313-321 (2021)
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Chen, J.* et al.: The trans-ancestral genomic architecture of glycemic traits. Nat. Genet. 53, 840-860 (2021)
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Cousin, M.A.* et al.: Pathogenic SPTBN1 variants cause an autosomal dominant neurodevelopmental syndrome. Nat. Genet. 53, 1006-1021 (2021)
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Lotta, L.A.* et al.: A cross-platform approach identifies genetic regulators of human metabolism and health. Nat. Genet. 53, 54-64 (2021)
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Rabanus-Wallace, M.T.* et al.: Chromosome-scale genome assembly provides insights into rye biology, evolution and agronomic potential. Nat. Genet. 53, 564-573 (2021)
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Rühlemann, M.C.* et al.: Genome-wide association study in 8,956 German individuals identifies influence of ABO histo-blood groups on gut microbiome. Nat. Genet. 53, 147–155 (2021)
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Surendran, P.* et al.: Publisher Correction: Discovery of rare variants associated with blood pressure regulation through meta-analysis of 1.3 million individuals (Nature Genetics, (2020), 52, 12, (1314-1332), 10.1038/s41588-020-00713-x). Nat. Genet., DOI: 10.1038/s41588-021-00832-z (2021)
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Tadros, R.* et al.: Shared genetic pathways contribute to risk of hypertrophic and dilated cardiomyopathies with opposite directions of effect. Nat. Genet. 53, 128-134 (2021)
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Võsa, U.* et al.: Large-scale cis- and trans-eQTL analyses identify thousands of genetic loci and polygenic scores that regulate blood gene expression. Nat. Genet. 53, 1300-1310 (2021)
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Bryois, J.* et al.: Genetic identification of cell types underlying brain complex traits yields insights into the etiology of Parkinson’s disease. Nat. Genet. 52, 482-493 (2020)
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Cai, N. et al.: Minimal phenotyping yields genome-wide association signals of low specificity for major depression. Nat. Genet. 52, 437-447 (2020)
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Haberer, G. et al.: European maize genomes highlight intraspecies variation in repeat and gene content. Nat. Genet. 52, 950-957 (2020)
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Schlosser, P.* et al.: Genetic studies of urinary metabolites illuminate mechanisms of detoxification and excretion in humans. Nat. Genet. 52, 167-176 (2020)