Browsing publications by Dr Alexandra Groom

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Eva Morales
Dr Alexandra Groom
Professor Caroline Relton
DNA methylation signatures in cord blood associated with maternal gestational weight gain: results from the ALSPAC cohort2014
Valerie Turcot
Dr Alexandra Groom
Dr Mark Pearce
Dr Kate Potter
Dr Nicholas Embleton
et al.
Bioinformatic selection of putative epigenetically regulated loci associated with obesity using gene expression data2012
Professor Caroline Relton
Dr Alexandra Groom
Dr Daniel Swan
Dr Nicholas Embleton
Dr Mark Pearce
et al.
DNA methylation patterns in cord blood DNA and body size in childhood2012
Dr Jill McKay
Dr Alexandra Groom
Dr Kate Potter
Lisa Coneyworth
Professor Dianne Ford
et al.
Genetic and Non-Genetic Influences during Pregnancy on Infant Global and Site Specific DNA Methylation: Role for Folate Gene Variants and Vitamin B122012
Dr Alexandra Groom
Professor Caroline Relton
People of the British Isles: preliminary analysis of genotypes and surnames in a UK-control population2012
Dr Alexandra Groom
Dr Kate Potter
Valerie Turcot
Dr Mark Pearce
Dr Nicholas Embleton
et al.
Postnatal Growth and DNA Methylation Are Associated With Differential Gene Expression of the TACSTD2 Gene and Childhood Fat Mass2012
Dr Mark Pearce
Dr Alexandra Groom
Professor Caroline Relton
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Roger Francis
et al.
Associations between sex hormones and bone mineral density and bone resorption in 50 year old men: The Newcastle thousand families study2011
Dr Mark Pearce
Dr Alexandra Groom
Professor Caroline Relton
Emeritus Professor Roger Francis
Birth weight and early socio-economic disadvantage as predictors of sex hormones and sex hormone binding globulin in men at age 49–51 years2011
Professor Caroline Relton
Dr Alexandra Groom
Dr Daniel Swan
Dr Nicholas Embleton
Dr Mark Pearce
et al.
DNA Methylation Patterns in Cord Blood DNA Predict Body Size in Childhood2011
Dr Alexandra Groom
Dr Hannah Elliott
Dr Nicholas Embleton
Professor Caroline Relton
Epigenetics and child health: basic principles2011
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