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Citations

1 Atkinson, S. H., T. W. Mwangi, S. M. Uyoga, E. Ogada, A. W. Macharia, K. Marsh, A. M. Prentice, and T. N. Williams. "The haptoglobin 2-2 genotype is associated with a reduced incidence of Plasmodium falciparum malaria in children on the coast of Kenya." (2007).
2 Atkinson, Sarah H, Kirk A Rockett, Gareth Morgan, Philip A Bejon, Giorgio Sirugo, Maria A O'Connell, Neil Hanchard, Dominic P Kwiatkowski, and Andrew M Prentice. "Tumor necrosis factor SNP haplotypes are associated with iron deficiency anemia in West African children." Blood 112, no. 10 (2008): 4276-4283.
3 Atkinson, Sarah H, Kirk Rockett, Giorgio Sirugo, Philip A Bejon, Anthony Fulford, Maria A O'Connell, Robin Bailey, Dominic P Kwiatkowski, and Andrew M Prentice. "Seasonal childhood anaemia in West Africa is associated with the haptoglobin 2-2 genotype." PLoS Med. 3, no. 5 (2006).
4 Bejon, P., S. Mohammed, I. Mwangi, S. H. Atkinson, F. Osier, N. Peshu, C. R. Newton, K. Maitland, and J. A. Berkley. "Fraction of all hospital admissions and deaths attributable to malnutrition among children in rural Kenya." (2008).
5 Cox, Sharon E, Conor Doherty, Sarah H Atkinson, Chidi V Nweneka, Anthony J C Fulford, Hala Ghattas, Kirk A Rockett, Dominic P Kwiatkowski, and Andrew M Prentice. "Haplotype association between haptoglobin (Hp2) and Hp promoter SNP (A-61C) may explain previous controversy of haptoglobin and malaria protection." PLoS ONE 2, no. 4 (2007).
6 Cox, Sharon E, Conor P Doherty, Sarah H Atkinson, Chidi V Nweneka, Anthony J C Fulford, Giorgio Sirugo, Kirk A Rockett, Dominic P Kwiatkowski, and Andrew M Prentice. "Haptoglobin genotype, anaemia and malaria in Gambian children." Trop. Med. Int. Health 13, no. 1 (2008): 76-82.
7 Idro, R., T. N. Williams, S. Gwer, S. Uyoga, A. Macharia, H. Opi, S. Atkinson, K. Maitland, P. A. Kager, D. Kwiatkowski, B. G. Neville, and C. R. Newton. "Haptoglobin HP2-2 genotype, alpha-thalassaemia and acute seizures in children living in a malaria-endemic area." (2008).
8 Prentice, Andrew M, Conor P Doherty, Steven A Abrams, Sharon E Cox, Sarah H Atkinson, Hans Verhoef, Andrew E Armitage, and Hal Drakesmith. "Hepcidin is the major predictor of erythrocyte iron incorporation in anemic African children." Blood 119, no. 8 (2012): 1922-1928.