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The RD&E Research Repository contains research outputs from staff at the Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust.
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(Nature Publishing Group, 2020-02-19)Suicide is the second leading cause of death globally among young people representing a significant global health burden. Although the molecular correlates of suicide remains poorly understood, it has been hypothesised ...
An online investigation of the relationship between the frequency of word puzzle use and cognitive function in a large sample of older adults (Wiley, 2019-07)Objective: The identification of modifiable lifestyle factors to preserve cognitive function in older individuals becomes increasingly of importance. This study examines whether word puzzle use is related to cognitive ...
The relationship between the frequency of number-puzzle use and baseline cognitive function in a large online sample of adults aged 50 and over (Wiley, 2019-07)Objective: Establishing affordable lifestyle interventions that might preserve cognitive function in the aging population and subsequent generations is a growing area of research focus. Data from the PROTECT study has been ...
Reduced Expression of the Co-regulator TLE1 in Type 2 Diabetes Is Associated with Increased Islet α-Cell Number (Oxford University Press, 2020-04-01)β-Cell dysfunction in type 2 diabetes (T2D) is associated with loss of cellular identity and mis-expression of alternative islet hormones, including glucagon. The molecular basis for these cellular changes has been attributed ...
Large epigenome-wide association study of childhood ADHD identifies peripheral DNA methylation associated with disease and polygenic risk burden (Nature Publishing Group, 2020-01-21)Epigenetic variation in peripheral tissues is being widely studied as a molecular biomarker of complex disease and disease-related exposures. To date, few studies have examined differences in DNA methylation associated ...