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Epidemiological challenges in studying the fetal origins of adult disease
Studies of twins: what can they tell us about the fetal origins of adult disease?
Morley, Ruth; Dwyer, Terence
Factors influencing twins and zygosity
Hankins, Gary V. D.; Saade, George R.
Intrauterine environmental and genetic influences on the association between birthweight and cardiovascular risk factors: studies in twins as a means of testing the fetal origins hypothesis
IJzerman, Richard G.; Boomsma, Dorret I.; Stehouwer, Coen D. A.
Determinants of birthweight and intrauterine growth in liveborn twins
Loos, Ruth J. F.; Derom, Catherine; Derom, Robert; Vlietinck, Robert
The twin placenta: framework for gross analysis in fetal origins of adult disease initiatives
Salafia, Carolyn M.; Maas, Elizabeth
Twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome: a model for the fetal origins of adult health
Chescheir, Nancy C.
Gender mix: does it modify birthweight – outcome association?
Derom, Robert; Derom, Catherine; Loos, Ruth J. F.; Thiery, Evert; Vlietinck, Robert; Fryns, Jean-Pierre
Gender mix in twins and fetal growth, length of gestation and adult cancer risk
Luke, Barbara; Hediger, Mary; Min, Sung-Joon; Brown, Morton B.; Misiunas, Ruta B.; Gonzalez-Quintero, Victor Hugo; Nugent, Clark; Witter, Frank R.; Newman, Roger B.; Hankins, Gary D. V.; Grainger, David A.; Macones, George A.
A discussion of some statistical methods for separating within-pair associations from associations among all twins in research on fetal origins of disease
Dwyer, Terence; Blizzard, Leigh
Can we generalise from findings in twins?
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