A New Edition of European Journal of Human Genetics Is Now Available
June 17, 2021
European Journal of Human Genetics (vol. 28, no. 8, 2018) is available online by subscription only.
- “Willingness to Donate Genomic and Other Medical Data: Results from Germany” by Torsten H. Voigt, et al.
- “How the ‘Control-Fate Continuum’ helps Explain the Genetic Testing Decision-Making Process: A Grounded Theory Study” by Bettina M. Zimmermann, et al.
- “The Uptake of Predictive DNA Testing in 40 Families with a Pathogenic BRCA1/BRCA2 Variant. An Evaluation of the Proband-Mediated Procedure” by Fred H. Menko, et al.
- “Forming and Ending Marital or Cohabiting Relationships in a Danish Population-Based Cohort of Individuals with Neurofibromatosis 1” by Trille Kristina Kjaer, et al.
- “First-Line Exome Sequencing in Palestinian and Israeli Arabs with Neurological Disorders is Efficient and Facilitates Disease Gene Discovery” by Holger Hengel, et al.
- “Primrose Syndrome: A Phenotypic Comparison of Patients with a ZBTB20 Missense Variant Versus a 3q13.31 Microdeletion including ZBTB20” by Aurélien Juven, et al.
- “Self-Reported Hearing Loss Questions Provide a Good Measure for Genetic Studies: A Polygenic Risk Score Analysis from UK Biobank” by Stacey S. Cherny, et al.
- “A Comparison of Genomic Diagnostics in Adults and Children with Epilepsy and Comorbid Intellectual Disability” by Katherine A. Benson, et al.
- “Inferring the Population History of Tai-Kadai-Speaking People and Southernmost Han Chinese on Hainan Island by Genome-Wide Array Genotyping” by Guanglin He, et al.