The study has been published in Nature Genetics, Nature Communications, The American Journal of Human Genetics and PLOS Genetics.
What does AJHG stand for?
AJHG stands for American Journal of Human Genetics
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- Antwerps Joods Historisch Archief (Dutch: Antwerp Jewish Historical Archive)
- Association du Jeu d'Histoire Auboise (French history game association)
- Automated Job Hazard Analysis (software)
- American Journal of Health Behavior
- American Journal of Human Biology
- American Journal of Health Communications
- Anthony L. Jordan Health Center (Rochester, NY)
- Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies (University of Arizona)
- Academic Junior High Decathlon (California)
- Arkansas Jazz Heritage Foundation
- Association of Judges of Hispanic Heritage
- Alberta Junior Hockey League
- Atlantic Junior Hockey League (McAfee, NJ)
- American Journal of Homeopathic Medicine
- American Journal of Hematology/Oncology
- Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame
- American Journal of Health Promotion
- American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy
- Australian Journal for Health, Physical Education and Recreation
- Americans for Jobs, Healthcare and Progressive Values
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He also served on a great number of editorial boards, including Metabolism, the American Journal of Human Genetics, the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, the American Journal of Medical Genetics, the Annals of Internal Medicine, Human Genetics, Diabetes, Endocrinologia Clinica y Metabolismo, Journal of Clinical Dysmorphology, Human Heredity, International Journal of Human & Medical Genetics, and the Journal of Perinatology.
The study named "Disruption of PTPRO Causes Childhood-Onset Nephrotic Syndrome" has been published in the latest edition of The American Journal of Human Genetics as well.
The latest research was funded by the Royal National Institute for the Deaf (RNID) and published in the American Journal of Human Genetics.
The findings are published in the December 17 early online issue of the American Journal of Human Genetics.
In a study published in the American Journal of Human Genetics in 2003, the researchers compared the versions of the ACTN3 gene present in 429 elite athletes from 14 different sports (50 of whom competed in the Olympic games) with 436 volunteers.
The study, in the American Journal of Human Genetics today, found people with "familial cutaneous amyloidosis" have a mutant gene.
A genetic analysis of 1,953 STAR*D patients, slated to appear in the May American Journal of Human Genetics, shows that many people who responded well to the initial treatment with citalopram possess a specific version of a gene critical to serotonin transmission.