Kari E North

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The transcription factor 7-like 2 (TCF7L2) polymorphism may be associated with focal arteriolar narrowing in Caucasians with hypertension or without diabetes: the ARIC Study.

2010: CM Ballantyne; E Boerwinkle; FL Brancati; CJ Girman; G Heiss; BE Klein; R Klein; A Köttgen; EM Lange; KE North; JS Pankow; KM Rose; Y Yan;

The case-only independence assumption: associations between genetic polymorphisms and smoking among controls in two population-based studies.

2012: J Galanko; ME Hodgson; TO Keku; RC Millikan; KE North; AF Olshan; CL Poole; R Sandler; CK Tse; D Zeng;

The association of cell cycle checkpoint 2 variants and kidney function: findings of the Family Blood Pressure Program and the Atherosclerosis Risk In Communities study.

2009: D Arnett; L Baird; E Boerwinkle; A Chakravarti; JH Chung; JH Eckfeldt; N Franceschini; CC Gu; SC Hunt; WH Kao; H Kramer; MF Leppert; CE Lewis; TH Mosley; RH Myers; KE North; JS Pankow; ST Turner; A Weder; J Zhang;

Sex-specific effects of ACE I/D and AGT-M235T on pulse pressure: the HyperGEN Study.

2007: DK Arnett; L Djoussé; JH Eckfeldt; SC Hunt; AI Lynch; MB Miller; KE North; JS Pankow; DC Rao;

Sequencing of 2 subclinical atherosclerosis candidate regions in 3669 individuals: Cohorts for Heart and Aging Research in Genomic Epidemiology (CHARGE) Consortium Targeted Sequencing Study.

2014: CHARGE Subclinical Atherosclerosis Working Group; JC Bis; E Boerwinkle; J Brody; LA Cupples; N Franceschini; R Gibbs; H Lin; X Liu; D Muzny; KE North; CJ O'Donnell; BM Psaty; J Santibanez; CC White; X Zhang;

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