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  • 1.   Age-specific incidence of Helicobacter pylori

    The aim of this study was to examine the incidence of Helicobacter pylori infection in children and the risk factors for infection

    Gastroenterology, Vol: 130 Page: 65-72; quiz 211 January 2006
    M. Rowland; L. Daly; M. Vaughan; A. Higgins; B. Bourke; B. Drumm

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  • 2.   Clinical associations of autoantibodies to a p155/140 kDa doublet protein in juvenile dermatomyositis

    The aim of this study was to examine the clinical significance of anti-p155/140 autoantibodies in juvenile dermatomyositis

    Rheumatology (Oxford), Vol: 47 Page: 324-8 March 2008
    H. Gunawardena; L. R. Wedderburn; J. North; Z. Betteridge; J. Dunphy; H. Chinoy; J. E. Davidson; R. G. Cooper; N. J. McHugh

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  • 3.   Comprehensive genetic and histopathologic study reveals three types of neuroblastoma tumors

    The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between multiple genetic features, tumor morphology, and prognosis in neuroblastoma

    J Clin Oncol, Vol: 19 Page: 3080-90 June 2001
    M. Lastowska; C. Cullinane; S. Variend; S. Cotterill; N. Bown; S. O'Neill; K. Mazzocco; P. Roberts; J. Nicholson; C. Ellershaw; A. D. Pearson; M. S. Jackson

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  • 4.   Detection and prevalence of early diabetic retinopathy in juvenile diabetics with diabetes for 10 years or more

    This study compared clinical examination using green light with clinical examination using white light in detecting early diabetic retinopathy in juvenile diabetic patients with disease for 10 or more years

    Eye, Vol: 14 Page: 847-50 December 2000
    M. Cahill; D. Wallace; S. Travers; H. Lipinski; S. Aldington; C. Costigan; D. Mooney

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  • 5.   Differences between males and females in the seasonality of birth and month of clinical onset of disease in children with type 1 diabetes mellitus in Ireland

    The aim of this study was to describe the differences between males and females in the seasonality of birth and month of clinical onset of disease in children with type 1 diabetes mellitus in Ireland

    J Pediatr Endocrinol Metab, Vol: 16 Page: 779-82 June 2003
    E. F. Roche; H. Lewy; H. M. Hoey; Z. Laron

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  • 6.   Early onset of Friedreich's ataxia in a compound heterozygote

    This case report discusses an unusual form of "pseudodominant" inheritance to illustrate how a diagnosis of Friedreich's ataxia in a parent does not preclude the diagnosis in the child.

    Arch Dis Child, Vol: 83 Page: 74-5 July 2000
    M. C. McGovern; M. Stewart; P. J. Morrison; D. Webb; S. Hawkins

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  • 7.   Effect of social class at birth on risk and presentation of schizophrenia: case-control study

    The aim of this study was to examine whether low parental social class increases children's risk of subsequently developing Schizophrenia or modifies the presentation

    Bmj, Vol: 323 Page: 1398-401 December 2001
    F. Mulvany; E. O'Callaghan; N. Takei; M. Byrne; P. Fearon; C. Larkin

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  • 8.   Familial childhood onset neuropathy and cirrhosis with the 4977bp mitochondrial DNA deletion

    This case report discusses the clinical and pathological findings in two siblings in whom the 4977 base pair mitochondrial DNA deletion was identified in muscle-derived mitochondrial DNA

    Am J Med Genet, Vol: 111 Page: 191-4 August 2002
    D. G. McDonald; J. B. McMenamin; M. A. Farrell; O. Droogan; A. J. Green

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  • 9.   Frequent cannabis use among 14/15 years old in Northern Ireland

    The aim of this study was to examine the prevalence of cannabis use among young people in school year 11 in Northern Ireland

    Drug Alcohol Depend, Vol: 88 Page: 19-27 April 2007
    P. McCrystal; A. Percy; K. Higgins

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  • 10.   Genome-wide scan for genes involved in bipolar affective disorder in 70 European families ascertained through a bipolar type I early-onset proband: supportive evidence for linkage at 3p14

    The aim of this study was to describe a genome-wide search on individuals with early-onset homogeneous bipolar affective disorder type I proband

    Mol Psychiatry, Vol: 11 Page: 685-94 July 2006
    B. Etain; F. Mathieu; M. Rietschel; W. Maier; M. Albus; P. McKeon; S. Roche; C. Kealey; D. Blackwood; W. Muir; F. Bellivier; C. Henry; C. Dina; S. Gallina; H. Gurling; A. Malafosse; M. Preisig; F. Ferrero; S. Cichon; J. Schumacher; S. Ohlraun; M. Borrmann-Hassenbach; P. Propping; R. Abou Jamra; T. G. Schulze; A. Marusic; Z. M. Dernovsek; B. Giros; T. Bourgeron; A. Lemainque; D. Bacq; C. Betard; C. Charon; M. M. Nothen; M. Lathrop; M. Leboyer

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  • 11.   Hereditary ataxias and paediatric neurology: new movers and shakers enter the field

    This article discusses how molecular genetics advances have, in the last decade, allowed a better understanding of autosomal dominant and autosomal recessive spinocerebellar ataxias

    Eur J Paediatr Neurol, Vol: 7 Page: 217-9 2003
    P. J. Morrison

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  • 12.   Rapid-onset dystonia-parkinsonism: a clinical and genetic analysis of a new kindred

    The aim of this study was to describe the clinical, psychiatric, and genetic features of rapid-onset dystonia-parkinsonism from three generations of an Irish family

    Neurology, Vol: 55 Page: 991-5 October 2000
    S. J. Pittock; C. Joyce; V. O'Keane; B. Hugle; M. O. Hardiman; F. Brett; A. J. Green; D. E. Barton; M. D. King; D. W. Webb

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  • 13.   Resequencing of the characterised CTGF gene to identify novel or known variants, and analysis of their association with diabetic nephropathy

    The aim of this study was to undertake genomic analysis on the connective tissue growth factor gene, which has been implicated in the pathogenesis of diabetic nephropathy

    J Hum Genet, Vol: 51 Page: 383-6 2006
    A. J. McKnight; D. A. Savage; C. C. Patterson; H. R. Brady; A. P. Maxwell

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  • 14.   Respiratory function and cosmesis at maturity in infantile-onset scoliosis

    This study examined the outcome of full pulmonary function studies and surface topography to establish the efficacy of management protocols in a group that is too small and too varied for more formal assessment

    Spine, Vol: 28 Page: 2397-406 October 2003
    C. J. Goldberg; I. Gillic; O. Connaughton; D. P. Moore; E. E. Fogarty; G. J. Canny; F. E. Dowling

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  • 15.   Short-chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase deficiency associated with early onset severe axonal neuropathy

    This case report discusses two unusual cases of axonal neuropathy associated with short-chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase deficiency are described.

    Neuropediatrics, Vol: 35 Page: 312-6 October 2004
    M. A. Kurian; L. Hartley; Z. Zolkipli; M. A. Little; D. Costigan; E. R. Naughten; S. Olpin; F. Muntoni; M. D. King

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  • 16.   The IL12B 3' untranslated region DNA polymorphism is not associated with early-onset type 1 diabetes

    The aim of this study was to investigate case-control and family-based association studies, using the transmission disequilibrium test, to investigate if allele 1 is associated with early-onset type 1 diabetes

    Genes Immun, Vol: 3 Page: 433-5 November 2002
    R. M. McCormack; A. P. Maxwell; D. J. Carson; C. C. Patterson; D. Middleton; D. A. Savage

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  • 17.   Tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy are not associated with an altered risk of childhood-onset type 1 diabetes

    This study investigated the risk of type 1 diabetes after tonsillectomy and/or adenoidectomy

    Diabetes Care, Vol: 30 Page: 2564-5 October 2007
    C. R. Cardwell; D. J. Carson; E. J. McNaboe; C. C. Patterson

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