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Pan H, Lin X, Wu Y, Chen L, Teh ALing, Soh SE, Lee YSeng, Tint MThway, MacIsaac JL, Morin AM et al..  2015.  HIF3A association with adiposity: the story begins before birth.. Epigenomics. 7(6):937-50.
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.
Lin X, Lim IYubin, Wu Y, Teh ALing, Chen L, Aris IM, Soh SE, Tint MThway, MacIsaac JL, Morin AM et al..  2017.  Developmental pathways to adiposity begin before birth and are influenced by genotype, prenatal environment and epigenome.. BMC Med. 15(1):50.
Teh ALing, Pan H, Lin X, Lim YIves, Patro CPawan Kuma, Cheong CYujing, Gong M, MacIsaac JL, Kwoh C-K, Meaney MJ et al..  2016.  Comparison of Methyl-capture Sequencing vs. Infinium 450K methylation array for methylome analysis in clinical samples.. Epigenetics. 11(1):36-48.
Lin X, Teh ALing, Chen L, Lim IYubin, Tan PFang, MacIsaac JL, Morin AM, Yap F, Tan KHian, Saw SMei et al..  2017.  Choice of surrogate tissue influences neonatal EWAS findings.. BMC Med. 15(1):211.
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.
Lillycrop KA, Costello PM, Teh ALing, Murray RJ, Clarke-Harris R, Barton SJ, Garratt ES, Ngo S, Sheppard AM, Wong J et al..  2015.  Association between perinatal methylation of the neuronal differentiation regulator HES1 and later childhood neurocognitive function and behaviour.. Int J Epidemiol. 44(4):1263-76.