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Forest M, O'Donnell K, Voisin G, Gaudreau H, MacIsaac JL, McEwen LM, Silveira PPelufo, Steiner M, Kobor MS, Meaney MJ et al..  2018.  Agreement in DNA methylation levels from the Illumina 450K array across batches, tissues, and time.. Epigenetics. 13(1):19-32.
Dass SAHari, McCracken K, Pokhvisneva I, Chen LM, Garg E, Nguyen TTT, Wang Z, Barth B, Yaqubi M, McEwen LM et al..  2019.  A biologically-informed polygenic score identifies endophenotypes and clinical conditions associated with the insulin receptor function on specific brain regions.. EBioMedicine. 42:188-202.
Chen L, Pan H, Tuan TAnh, Teh ALing, MacIsaac JL, Mah SM, McEwen LM, Li Y, Chen H, Broekman BFP et al..  2015.  Brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) Val66Met polymorphism influences the association of the methylome with maternal anxiety and neonatal brain volumes.. Dev Psychopathol. 27(1):137-50.
O'Donnell K, Chen L, MacIsaac JL, McEwen LM, Nguyen T, Beckmann K, Zhu Y, Chen LMing, Brooks-Gunn J, Goldman D et al..  2018.  DNA methylome variation in a perinatal nurse-visitation program that reduces child maltreatment: a 27-year follow-up.. Transl Psychiatry. 8(1):15.
Teh ALing, Pan H, Chen L, Ong M-L, Dogra S, Wong J, MacIsaac JL, Mah SM, McEwen LM, Saw S-M et al..  2014.  The effect of genotype and in utero environment on interindividual variation in neonate DNA methylomes.. Genome Res. 24(7):1064-74.
[Anonymous].  2020.  Maternal antenatal depression and child mental health: Moderation by genomic risk for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.. Dev Psychopathol. 32(5):1810-1821.
McEwen LM, O'Donnell K, McGill MG, Edgar RD, Jones MJ, MacIsaac JL, Lin DTse Shen, Ramadori K, Morin A, Gladish N et al..  2019.  The PedBE clock accurately estimates DNA methylation age in pediatric buccal cells.. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.
Chen LM, Yao N, Garg E, Zhu Y, Nguyen TTT, Pokhvisneva I, Dass SAHari, Unternaehrer E, Gaudreau H, Forest M et al..  2018.  PRS-on-Spark (PRSoS): a novel, efficient and flexible approach for generating polygenic risk scores.. BMC Bioinformatics. 19(1):295.