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The Jerusalem Perinatal Study (JPS) aimed to examine the developmental origins of cardiometabolic risk.

Study ID Alternative Stable ID Type
EGAS00001004075 Other

Study Description

The Jerusalem Perinatal Study (JPS) aimed to examine the developmental origins of cardiometabolic risk and explore the mechanisms underlying the associations between perinatal characteristics and the development of risk for adult chronic disease. In other words, the cohort has enabled the examination of associations between maternal and paternal characteristics with cardiometabolic risk variables in offspring at various points in the life course, as well as the effect of longitudinal changes in characteristics in both parents and offspring.

Study Datasets 1 dataset.

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Dataset ID Description Technology Samples
EGAD00010001816
The Jerusalem Perinatal Study (JPS) aimed to examine the developmental origins of cardiometabolic risk.
Affymetrix Biobank array 2714

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