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    • A meta-analysis of thyroid-related traits reveals novel loci and gender-specific differences in the regulation of thyroid function 

      Porcu E; Medici M; Pistis G; Volpato CB; Wilson SG; Cappola AR; Bos SD; Deelen J; den Heijer M; Freathy RM; Lahti J; Liu C; Lopez LM; Nolte IM; O'Connell JR; Tanaka T; Trompet S; Arnold A; Bandinelli S; Beekman M; Böhringer S; Brown SJ; Buckley BM; Camaschella C; de Craen AJ; Davies G; de Visser MC; Ford I; Forsen T; Frayling TM; Fugazzola L; Gögele M; Hattersley AT; Hermus AR; Hofman A; Houwing-Duistermaat JJ; Jensen RA; Kajantie E; Kloppenburg M; Lim EM; Masciullo C; Mariotti S; Minelli C; Mitchell BD; Nagaraja R; Netea-Maier RT; Palotie A; Persani L; Piras MG; Psaty BM; Räikkönen K; Richards JB; Rivadeneira F; Sala C; Sabra MM; Sattar N; Shields BM; Soranzo N; Starr JM; Stott DJ; Sweep FC; Usala G; van der Klauw MM; van Heemst D; van Mullem A; Vermeulen SH; Visser WE; Walsh JP; Westendorp RG; Widen E; Zhai G; Cucca F; Deary IJ; Eriksson JG; Ferrucci L; Fox CS; Jukema JW; Kiemeney LA; Pramstaller PP; Schlessinger D; Shuldiner AR; Slagboom EP; Uitterlinden AG; Vaidya B; Visser TJ; Wolffenbuttel BH; Meulenbelt I; Rotter JI; Spector TD; Hicks AA; Toniolo D; Sanna S; Peeters RP; Naitza S (2013)
      Thyroid hormone is essential for normal metabolism and development, and overt abnormalities in thyroid function lead to common endocrine disorders affecting approximately 10% of individuals over their life span. In addition, ...