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From 2005 onwards Twin Research and Human Genetics

Twin Research is now published as Twin Research and Human Genetics.

Publisher: Australian Academic Press

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Volume 3, Number 3, 1 September 2000

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Infant zygosity can be assigned by parental report questionnaire data
pp. 129-133(5)
Authors: Price, Thomas S; Freeman, Bernard; Craig, Ian; Petrill, Stephen A; Ebersole, Lorna; Plomin, Robert

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Free Content Zygosity diagnosis in young twins by parental report
pp. 134-141(8)
Authors: Rietveld, MJH; van der Valk, JC; Bongers, IL; Stroet, TM; Slagboom, PE; Boomsma, DI

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Improved indices of insulin resistance and insulin secretion for use in genetic and population studies of type 2 diabetes mellitus
pp. 148-151(4)
Authors: Jenkins, Arthur B; Samaras, Katherine; Carey, David GP; Kelly, Paul; Campbell, Lesley V

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Free Content The effect of apolipoprotein(a)–, apolipoprotein E–, and apolipoprotein A4– polymorphisms on quantitative lipoprotein(a) concentrations
pp. 152-158(7)
Authors: Boomsma, DI; de Knijff, P; Kaptein, A; Labeur, C; Martin, NG; Havekes, LM; Princen, HMG

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Defining discordance in twin studies of risk and protective factors for late life disorders
pp. 159-164(6)
Authors: Gatz, Margaret; Pedersen, Nancy L; Crowe, Michael; Fiske, Amy

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Structured latent growth curves for twin data
pp. 165-177(13)
Authors: Neale, Michael C; McArdle, John J

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Book Review
pp. 179-179(1)
Author: Busjahn, Andreas

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NEWS, VIEWS AND COMMENTS
pp. 180-184(5)
Author: Segal, Nancy L

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