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2017The beneficial effects of physical activity: is it down to your genes? A systematic review and meta-analysis of twin and family studiesAndrade, Tude B; Bauman, Adrian; Ferreira, Paulo; Shirley, Debra; Zadro, Joshua; Scurrah, Katrina Jacqueline; Health Sciences; School of Public Health: Public Health; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; PhysiotherapyThe beneficial effects of physical activity: is it down to your genes? A systematic review and meta-analysis of twin and family studies, Sports Medicine - Open, vol.3, N/A, 2017,pp 1-19
2017Genetic factors contribute more to hip than knee surgery due to osteoarthritis - a population-based twin registry study of joint arthroplastyFerreira, Paulo; Fenstad, Anne M.; Furnes, Ove N.; Hagen, Kare Birger; Magnusson, Karin; Nilsen, Thomas S.; Orstavik, Ragnhild E.; Scurrah, Katrina Jacqueline; Steingrimsdottir, Olof A.; Ystrom, Eivind; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesGenetic factors contribute more to hip than knee surgery due to osteoarthritis - a population-based twin registry study of joint arthroplasty, Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, vol.25, 6, 2017,pp 878-884
2007Heritability and shared environment estimates for myopia and associated ocular biometric traits: the Genes in Myopia (GEM) family studyMitchell, Ronald (Paul); Baird, Paul Nigel; Chen, Christine Yi-Chin; Dirani, Mohamed; Garoufalis, Pam; Pertile, Kelly Kathleen; Richardson, Andrea Jane; Scurrah, Katrina Jacqueline; Stankovich, Jim; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium InstituteHeritability and shared environment estimates for myopia and associated ocular biometric traits: the Genes in Myopia (GEM) family study, Human Genetics, vol.121,(39541),2007,pp 511-520
2011A Loss-of-Function Polymorphism in the Human P2X4 Receptor Is Associated With Increased Pulse PressureGu, Baijun (Ben); Skarratt, Kristen; Stokes, Leanne; Wiley, James; Cromer, Brett; Ellis, Justine; Harrap, Stephen B.; Scurrah, Katrina Jacqueline; Nepean Clinical School: Medicine; Nepean Clinical School: Medicine; Nepean Clinical School: Medicine; Nepean Clinical School: MedicineA Loss-of-Function Polymorphism in the Human P2X4 Receptor Is Associated With Increased Pulse Pressure, Hypertension, vol.58, 6, 2011,pp 1086-1092