Her primary areas of study are Genetics, Linkage disequilibrium, Haplotype, Allele and Gene. Kjersti S. Rønningen has researched Genetics in several fields, including Diabetes mellitus and Type 1 diabetes. Her study in Linkage disequilibrium is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Genetic predisposition, HLA-DQ, Microsatellite, Locus and Major histocompatibility complex.
Her Allele study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Immunology. Kjersti S. Rønningen has included themes like PTPN22 and Autoimmune disease in her Immunology study. Kjersti S. Rønningen combines subjects such as Autoimmunity and Case-control study with her study of Gene.
Her primary areas of investigation include Genetics, Immunology, Allele, Type 1 diabetes and Haplotype. Her study in Linkage disequilibrium, Gene, Genotype, Human leukocyte antigen and Locus is done as part of Genetics. In Immunology, Kjersti S. Rønningen works on issues like Autoimmune disease, which are connected to T cell and Myasthenia gravis.
Her Allele study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Immunogenetics, Population genetics, Typing and Restriction fragment length polymorphism. Her study on Type 1 diabetes also encompasses disciplines like
Type 1 diabetes, Odds ratio, Immunology, Genetics and Diabetes mellitus are her primary areas of study. Her Type 1 diabetes research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Relative risk, PTPN22 and HLA-DQ. Her work is dedicated to discovering how Odds ratio, Pediatrics are connected with Prospective cohort study and Case-control study and other disciplines.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Genotype and Islet. Her is doing research in Single-nucleotide polymorphism, Gene, Genotyping, Medical genetics and Genome-wide association study, both of which are found in Genetics. Her specific area of interest is Haplotype, where Kjersti S. Rønningen studies Linkage disequilibrium.
Kjersti S. Rønningen mostly deals with Islet, Type 1 diabetes, Immunology, Diabetes mellitus and Genetics. Her Islet research incorporates themes from Offspring, Pregnancy, Body mass index, Diabetes mellitus genetics and Risk factor. The concepts of her Type 1 diabetes study are interwoven with issues in Relative risk, HLA-DRB1, Genotype, Seroconversion and Enterovirus.
Kjersti S. Rønningen regularly ties together related areas like Feces in her Immunology studies. The Diabetes mellitus study combines topics in areas such as Osteoporosis, Internal medicine, Asthma, Myocardial infarction and Acute-phase protein. Her Genetics and Single-nucleotide polymorphism, Autoimmunity, Gene, Genotyping and Medical genetics investigations all form part of her Genetics research activities.
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Association of the T-cell regulatory gene CTLA4 with susceptibility to autoimmune disease
H Ueda;Howson Jmm.;L Esposito;J Heward.
Fine mapping of type 1 diabetes susceptibility loci and evidence for colocalization of causal variants with lymphoid gene enhancers.
Suna Onengut-Gumuscu;Wei-Min Chen;Oliver Burren;Nick J Cooper.
Nature Genetics (2015)
Particular HLA-DQ molecules play a dominant role in determining susceptibility or resistance to Type 1 (insulin-dependent) diabetes mellitus
E. Thorsby;K. S. RØnningen.
Linkage disequilibrium mapping of a type 1 diabetes susceptibility gene (IDDM7) to chromosome 2q31-q33.
J B Copeman;F Cucca;C M Hearne;R J Cornall.
Nature Genetics (1995)
Remapping the insulin gene/IDDM2 locus in type 1 diabetes.
Bryan J. Barratt;Felicity Payne;Chris E. Lowe;Robert Hermann.
Comparative high-resolution analysis of linkage disequilibrium and tag single nucleotide polymorphisms between populations in the vitamin D receptor gene
Sergey Nejentsev;Lisa Godfrey;Hywel Snook;Helene Rance.
Human Molecular Genetics (2004)
The biobank of the Norwegian mother and child cohort Study: A resource for the next 100 years
Kjersti S. Rønningen;Liv Paltiel;Helle M. Meltzer;Rannveig Nordhagen.
European Journal of Epidemiology (2006)
Relative predispositional effects of HLA class II DRB1-DQB1 haplotypes and genotypes on type 1 diabetes: a meta-analysis.
G. Thomson;A. M. Valdes;A. M. Valdes;J. A. Noble;I. Kockum.
Tissue Antigens (2007)
The predisposition to type 1 diabetes linked to the human leukocyte antigen complex includes at least one non-class II gene
Benedicte A. Lie;John A. Todd;Flemming Pociot;Jørn Nerup.
American Journal of Human Genetics (1999)
Insulin gene region-encoded susceptibility to type 1 diabetes is not restricted to HLA-DR4-positive individuals.
Bain Sc;Prins Jb;Hearne Cm;Rodrigues Nr.
Nature Genetics (1992)
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