Last Posted: Oct 19, 2023
- Genetic and Nongenetic Components of Stroke Family History: A Population Study of Adopted and Nonadopted Individuals.
Ernst Mayerhofer et al. J Am Heart Assoc 2023 12(20) e031566
- Does the amount of family history matter? Perspectives of adult adoptees.
Alyssa Williams et al. J Genet Couns 2023
- Genetic and non-genetic components of family history of stroke and heart disease: a population-based study among adopted and non-adopted individuals.
Ernst Mayerhofer et al. medRxiv 2023
- Adoptees' views and experiences of direct-to-consumer (DTC) genomic testing: an exploratory interview study from the UK.
Kay Alison C et al. Journal of community genetics 2022
- Healthcare providers attitudes towards risk stratification of adopted patients with limited family history information: a cross-sectional survey.
Saltzman Barbara et al. Journal of community genetics 2021
- Adopted individuals' interest in elective genomic testing.
Edgar Jessica et al. Journal of medical genetics 2020 Dec
- Systematic Review of Prevalence Studies and Familial Aggregation in Vestibular Migraine.
Paz-Tamayo Ana et al. Frontiers in genetics 2020 11954
- Adult adoptees and their use of direct-to-consumer genetic testing: Searching for family, searching for health.
Lee Heewon et al. Journal of genetic counseling 2020 Jun
- Psychological correlates of interest in genetic testing among Korean American adoptees and their parents.
Cai Jieyi et al. Journal of genetic counseling 2020 Mar
- Comparison of adopted and non-adopted individuals reveals gene-environment interplay for education in the UK Biobank
R Cheesman et al, BioRXIV preprints, July 18, 2019
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