Lene Christiansen mostly deals with Genetics, Single-nucleotide polymorphism, Longevity, Genome-wide association study and Allele. Her Genetics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Young adult and Physiology. Her studies in Single-nucleotide polymorphism integrate themes in fields like Odds ratio, Apolipoprotein E, Telomerase RNA component and Cohort.
Her work deals with themes such as Meta-analysis, Longitudinal study and Polymorphism, Genotype, which intersect with Longevity. Her work investigates the relationship between Longitudinal study and topics such as dNaM that intersect with problems in Twin study. Lene Christiansen combines subjects such as Rotterdam Study and Genetic association with her study of Genome-wide association study.
Her primary areas of investigation include Genetics, Longevity, Single-nucleotide polymorphism, Gene and Allele. Her study brings together the fields of Cohort and Genetics. She has included themes like Longitudinal study, Mini–Mental State Examination, Survival analysis and Cohort study in her Cohort study.
Her research integrates issues of Case-control study, Genetic variation and Candidate gene in her study of Single-nucleotide polymorphism. Her Allele study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Apolipoprotein E and Immunology. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Meta-analysis and Computational biology.
Her primary scientific interests are in Genetics, DNA methylation, Epigenetics, Gene and Genome-wide association study. In her works, Lene Christiansen undertakes multidisciplinary study on Genetics and Human blood. Her DNA methylation research integrates issues from Twin study and Cognition.
Her Epigenetics study combines topics in areas such as Human genetics, Mean age, Physiology and Heritability. Her research in Genome-wide association study intersects with topics in Meta-analysis, Epigenomics and Computational biology. Lene Christiansen interconnects Phenotype, Odds, Allele and Locus in the investigation of issues within Longevity.
Her primary areas of study are Epigenetics, DNA methylation, Genome-wide association study, Genetics and Longevity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Genetic variation, Mean age and Successful aging in addition to Epigenetics. Her study looks at the relationship between DNA methylation and topics such as Twin study, which overlap with Whole blood.
Her research in Genetics is mostly focused on Gene. Her work deals with themes such as Life expectancy, Allele, Odds and Genetic association, which intersect with Longevity. Her Genetic association research incorporates themes from Quantitative trait locus and Mendelian Randomization Analysis.
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Genome-wide association meta-analysis in 269,867 individuals identifies new genetic and functional links to intelligence
Jeanne E Savage;Philip R Jansen;Philip R Jansen;Sven Stringer;Kyoko Watanabe.
Nature Genetics (2018)
Epigenetic variation during the adult lifespan: cross‐sectional and longitudinal data on monozygotic twin pairs
Rudolf P Talens;Kaare Christensen;Kaare Christensen;Hein Putter;Gonneke Willemsen.
Aging Cell (2012)
Genome-wide association study identifies a single major locus contributing to survival into old age; the APOE locus revisited.
Joris Deelen;Marian Beekman;Hae-Won Uh;Quinta Helmer.
Aging Cell (2011)
Telomere Length and Mortality: A Study of Leukocytes in Elderly Danish Twins
Masayuki Kimura;Jacob v. B. Hjelmborg;Jeffrey P. Gardner;Lise Bathum.
American Journal of Epidemiology (2008)
Age- and sex-differences in the validity of questionnaire-based zygosity in twins.
Lene Christiansen;Henrik Frederiksen;Karoline Schousboe;Axel Skytthe.
Twin Research (2003)
DNA methylation age is associated with mortality in a longitudinal Danish twin study.
Lene Christiansen;Adam Lenart;Qihua Tan;Qihua Tan;James W. Vaupel;James W. Vaupel.
Aging Cell (2016)
Genome-wide association meta-analysis of human longevity identifies a novel locus conferring survival beyond 90 years of age
Joris Deelen;Marian Beekman;Hae-Won Uh;Linda Broer.
Human Molecular Genetics (2014)
Mitochondrial DNA copy number in peripheral blood cells declines with age and is associated with general health among elderly
Jonas Mengel-From;Jonas Mengel-From;Mikael Thinggaard;Christine Dalgård;Kirsten Ohm Kyvik.
Human Genetics (2014)
Genome-wide meta-analysis points to CTC1 and ZNF676 as genes regulating telomere homeostasis in humans
Massimo Mangino;Shih Jen Hwang;Timothy D. Spector;Steven C. Hunt.
Human Molecular Genetics (2012)
Genome-wide linkage analysis for human longevity: Genetics of Healthy Aging Study
Marian Beekman;Hélène Blanché;Markus Perola;Anti Hervonen.
Aging Cell (2013)
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