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    • A Whole-Blood Transcriptome Meta-Analysis Identifies Gene Expression Signatures of Cigarette Smoking. 

      Huan, T.; Joehanes, R.; Schurmann, C.; Schramm, K.; Pilling, L. C.; Peters, M. J.; Mägi, R.; DeMeo, D.; O'Connor, G. T.; Ferrucci, L.; Teumer, A.; Homuth, G.; Biffar, R.; Völker, U.; Herder, C.; Waldenberger, M.; Peters, A.; Zeilinger, S.; Metspalu, A.; Hofman, A.; Uitterlinden, A. G.; Hernandez, D. G.; Singleton, A. B.; Bandinelli, S.; Munson, P. J.; Lin, Ho.; Benjamin, E.J.; Esko, T.; Grabe, H. J.; Prokisch, H.; van Meurs, J. B. J.; Melzer, David; Levy, D. (Oxford Journals, 2016-08-29)
      Cigarette smoking is a leading modifiable cause of death worldwide. We hypothesized that cigarette smoking induces extensive transcriptomic changes that lead to target-organ damage and smoking-related diseases. We performed ...