This cohort study investigates whether children carrying the 7-repeat allele of the DRD4 gene living under adverse economic conditions have different fat intakes than those living in a healthy environment.
Hobbs and coauthors report on the current state of the genetic epidemiology of birth defects and comment on future challenges and opportunities. They consider issues of study design and discuss common variant approaches, including candidate gene studies and genome-wide association studies. They also discuss the complexities embedded in exploring interactions between genes and the environment.
This study analyzes the diagnostic yield and use of clinical exome sequencing in 278 infants predominantly in intensive care units at a single tertiary institution in the first 100 days of life.
This cohort study examines whether an oxytocin receptor polymorphism interacts with socioeconomic status and tests whether carriers of the A allele of the OXTR gene are most sensitive to the effects of socioeconomic status on anthropometry.
This cohort study of children with newly diagnosed epilepsy assesses patterns of use and diagnostic yield of genetic testing for early-life epilepsies.
This study investigates the influence of whole-exome sequencing in sequencing-naive children suspected of having a monogenic disorder and evaluates its cost-effectiveness if whole-exome sequencing had been available at different time points in their diagnostic trajectory.
This longitudinal cohort study evaluates the microbial colonization of the infant gut in breastfed compared with nonbreastfed infants.
This cross-sectional study describes risk factors associated with acute recurrent pancreatitis and chronic pancreatitis in children.
This Special Communication emphasizes the need to develop practices and policies to address adverse childhood experiences from the prenatal period through the first 3 years of life to prevent and manage stress-related disorders.
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