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2. Genetics of sleep medication purchases suggests causality from sleep problems to psychiatric traits.

3. Assessing the journey of calcium supplementation: A mendelian randomization study on the causal link between calcium levels and sleep disorders.

4. Linking genetic foundations of sleep disturbances to personality traits: a study of mid-life twins.

5. PER2 gene and its association with sleep-related disorders: A review.

6. No phenotypic or genotypic evidence for a link between sleep duration and brain atrophy.

7. Polygenic predisposition, sleep duration, and depression: evidence from a prospective population-based cohort.

8. Causal associations between sleep traits and brain structure: a bidirectional Mendelian randomization study.

9. Sleep disorders causally affect the brain cortical structure: A Mendelian randomization study.

10. Sleep in 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome: Current Findings, Challenges, and Future Directions.

11. Bace1 Deletion in the Adult Reverses Epileptiform Activity and Sleep-wake Disturbances in AD Mice.

12. Melatonin ameliorates sleep-wake disturbances and autism-like behaviors in the Ctnnd2 knock out mouse model of autism spectrum disorders.

13. Sleep disturbances in Phelan-McDermid syndrome: Clinical and metabolic profiling of 56 individuals.

14. Sleep disturbance and dysregulation of circadian clock machinery in sudden sensorineural hearing loss.

15. Sleep quality, not only sleep quantity, for understanding the role of genetics, epigenetics, and sleep in ADHD.

16. Genetic background to attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder and attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder symptoms at the age of 5 years: the role of sleep duration.

17. TRPV1 is a risk factor for sleep disturbance in patients with gastro-oesophageal reflux disease: a case control study.

18. Sleep disturbances in ADHD: investigating the contribution of polygenic liability for ADHD and sleep-related phenotypes.

19. Genetic basis of sleep phenotypes and rare neurodevelopmental syndromes reveal shared molecular pathways.

20. Healthy sleep, mental health, genetic susceptibility, and risk of irritable bowel syndrome.


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