|Discovery of the first genome-wide significant risk loci for attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder|
D Demontis, RK Walters, J Martin, M Mattheisen, TD Als, E Agerbo, ...
Nature genetics 51 (1), 63, 2019
|Genome-wide study of association and interaction with maternal cytomegalovirus infection suggests new schizophrenia loci|
AD BÝrglum, D Demontis, J Grove, J Pallesen, MV Hollegaard, ...
Molecular psychiatry 19 (3), 325, 2014
|Identification of common genetic risk variants for autism spectrum disorder|
J Grove, S Ripke, TD Als, M Mattheisen, RK Walters, H Won, J Pallesen, ...
Nature genetics 51 (3), 431, 2019
|Common risk variants identified in autism spectrum disorder|
J Grove, S Ripke, TD Als, M Mattheisen, R Walters, H Won, J Pallesen, ...
BioRxiv, 224774, 2017
|A genetic investigation of sex bias in the prevalence of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder|
J Martin, RK Walters, D Demontis, M Mattheisen, SH Lee, E Robinson, ...
Biological psychiatry 83 (12), 1044-1053, 2018
|Identification of the BRD1 interaction network and its impact on mental disorder risk|
T Fryland, JH Christensen, J Pallesen, M Mattheisen, J Palmfeldt, M Bak, ...
Genome medicine 8 (1), 53, 2016
|Further immunohistochemical characterization of BRD1 a new susceptibility gene for schizophrenia and bipolar affective disorder|
CR Bjarkam, TJ Corydon, IML Olsen, J Pallesen, M Nyegaard, T Fryland, ...
Brain Structure and Function 214 (1), 37, 2009
|Genome wide assessment of mRNA in astrocyte protrusions by direct RNA sequencing reveals mRNA localization for the intermediate filament protein nestin|
R Thomsen, J Pallesen, TF Daugaard, AD BÝrglum, AL Nielsen
Glia 61 (11), 1922-1937, 2013
|Analysis of t (9; 17)(q33. 2; q25. 3) chromosomal breakpoint regions and genetic association reveals novel candidate genes for bipolar disorder|
AP Rajkumar, JH Christensen, M Mattheisen, I Jacobsen, I Bache, ...
Bipolar disorders 17 (2), 205-211, 2015
|The Schizophrenia-Associated BRD1 Gene Regulates Behavior, Neurotransmission, and Expression of Schizophrenia Risk Enriched Gene Sets in Mice|
P Qvist, JH Christensen, I Vardya, AP Rajkumar, A MÝrk, V Paternoster, ...
Biological psychiatry 82 (1), 62-76, 2017
|Whole-exome sequencing of individuals from an isolated population implicates rare risk variants in bipolar disorder|
F Lescai, TD Als, Q Li, M Nyegaard, G Andorsdottir, M BiskopstÝ, ...
Translational psychiatry 7 (2), e1034, 2017
|Genome-wide association study implicates CHRNA2 in cannabis use disorder|
D Demontis, VM Rajagopal, TE Thorgeirsson, TD Als, J Grove, K Leppšlš, ...
Nature neuroscience, 1, 2019
|Polygenic scores mediate the Jewish phenotypic advantage in educational attainment and cognitive ability compared with Catholics and Lutherans.|
CS Dunkel, J Pallesen, EOW Kirkegaard
Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences, 2019
|The behavioral and neurobiological effects of reduced Brd1 expression in mice are sex-biased and implicate gender dependent dysregulation of nuclear receptor mediated signaling†…|
AP Rajkumar, P Qvist, SH Larsen, R Lazarus, J Pallesen, N Nava, ...
bioRxiv, 257170, 2018
|LandScape: a simple method to aggregate p-values and other stochastic variables without a priori grouping|
C Wiuf, JSM Pallesen, L Foldager, J Grove
Statistical applications in genetics and molecular biology 15 (4), 349-361, 2016
|How Intelligence Affects Fertility 30 Years On: Retherford and Sewell Revisited—With Polygenic Scores and Numbers of Grandchildren|
H Rindermann, J Pallesen, MA Sarraf
Twin Research and Human Genetics 22 (3), 147-153, 2019
|Brain proteome changes in female Brd1+/− mice unmask dendritic spine pathology and show enrichment for schizophrenia risk|
V Paternoster, M Svanborg, AV Edhager, AP Rajkumar, EA Eickhardt, ...
Neurobiology of disease 124, 479-488, 2019
|THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF BRD1 IS SEX-BIASED AND IMPLICATES DYSREGULATION OF NUCLEAR RECEPTOR SIGNALING IN PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS|
P Qvist, APR Rajamani, SH Larsen, J Pallesen, V Paternoster, T Fryland, ...
EUROPEAN NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY 29, 1228-1228, 2019
|Evidence for the Scarr-Rowe Effect on Genetic Expressivity in a Large US Sample.|
MAOM Woodley, J Pallesen, MA Sarraf
Twin research and human genetics: the official journal of the International†…, 2018
|Evidence for the Scarr–Rowe Effect on Genetic Expressivity in a Large US Sample|
J Pallesen, MA Sarraf
Twin Research and Human Genetics 21 (6), 495-501, 2018