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Salami, F.* et al.: Reduction in white blood cell, neutrophil, and red blood cell counts related to sex, HLA, and islet autoantibodies in Swedish TEDDY children at increased risk for type 1 diabetes. Diabetes 67, 2329-2336 (2018)
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Sioofy-Khojine, A.* et al.: Molecular epidemiology of enteroviruses in young children at increased risk of type 1 diabetes. PLoS ONE 13:e0201959 (2018)
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Smith, L.B.* et al.: Family adjustment to diabetes diagnosis in children: Can participation in a study on type 1 diabetes genetic risk be helpful? Pediatr. Diabetes 19, 1025-1033 (2018)
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Stanfill, B.A.* et al.: Quality control analysis in real-time (QC-ART): A tool for real-time quality control assessment of mass spectrometry-based proteomics data. Mol. Cell. Proteomics 17, 1824-1836 (2018)
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Köhler, M. et al.: Joint modeling of longitudinal autoantibody patterns and progression to type 1 diabetes: Results from the TEDDY study. Acta Diabetol. 54, 1009–1017 (2017)
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Koletzko, S.* et al.: Cesarean section on the risk of celiac disease in the offspring: The Teddy Study. J. Pediatr. Gastroenterol. Nutr. 66, 417-424 (2017)
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Krischer, J.P.* et al.: The influence of type 1 diabetes genetic susceptibility regions, age, sex, and family history to the progression from multiple autoantibodies to type 1 diabetes: A TEDDY Study Report. Diabetes 66, 3122-3129 (2017)
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Lönnrot, M.* et al.: Respiratory infections are temporally associated with initiation of type 1 diabetes autoimmunity: The TEDDY study. Diabetologia 60, 1931-1940 (2017)
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Smith, L.B.* et al.: Psychological manifestations of celiac disease autoimmunity in young children. Pediatrics 139:e20162848 (2017)
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Steck, A.K.* et al.: Residual beta-cell function in diabetes children followed and diagnosed in the TEDDY study compared to community controls. Pediatr. Diabetes 18, 794-802 (2017)
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Yang, J.* et al.: Maternal use of dietary supplements during pregnancy is not associated with coeliac disease in the offspring: The Environmental Determinants of Diabetes in the Young (TEDDY) study. Br. J. Nutr. 117, 466-472 (2017)
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Andrén Aronsson, C.* et al.: Effects of gluten intake on risk of celiac disease: A case-control study on a Swedish birth cohort. Clin. Gastroenterol. Hepatol. 14, 403-409 (2016)
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Larsson, H.E.* et al.: Growth and risk for islet autoimmunity and progression to type 1 diabetes in early childhood: The Environmental Determinants of Diabetes in the Young Study. Diabetes 65, 1988-1995 (2016)
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Lernmark, B.* et al.: Participant experiences in The Environmental Determinants of Diabetes in the Young study: Common reasons for withdrawing. J. Diabetes Res. 2016:2720650 (2016)
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Sharma, A.* et al.: Identification of non-HLA genes associated with celiac disease and country-specific differences in a large, international pediatric cohort. PLoS ONE 11:e0152476 (2016)
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Swartling, U.* ; Lynch, K.* ; Smith, L.* ; Johnson, S.B.* & TEDDY Study Group (Ziegler, A.-G. ; Beyerlein, A. ; Bonifacio, E. ; Hummel, M. ; Hummel, S. ; Foterek, K. ; Kersting, M. ; Knopff, A. ; Koletzko, S. ; Peplow, C. ; Roth, R. ; Stock, J. ; Strauss, E. ; Warncke, K. ; Winkler, C.): Parental estimation of their child's increased type 1 diabetes risk during the first 2 years of participation in an international observational study: Results from the TEDDY study. J. Empir. Res. Hum. Res. Ethics 11, 106-114 (2016)
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Törn, C.* et al.: Complement gene variants in relation to autoantibodies to beta cell specific antigens and type 1 diabetes in the TEDDY study. Sci. Rep. 6:27887 (2016)
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Vehik, K.* et al.: Reversion of β-cell autoimmunity changes risk of type 1 diabetes: TEDDY study. Diabetes Care 39, 1535-1542 (2016)
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Yang, J.* et al.: Factors associated with longitudinal food record compliance in a paediatric cohort study. Public Health Nutr. 19, 804-813 (2016)
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Agardh, D.* et al.: Clinical features of celiac disease: A prospective birth cohort. Pediatrics 135, 627-634 (2015)