Genome-wide association analyses of chronotype in 697,828 individuals provides insights into circadian rhythms

Samuel E. Jones, Jacqueline M. Lane, Andrew R. Wood, Vincent T. van Hees, Jessica Tyrrell, Robin N. Beaumont, Aaron R. Jeffries, Hassan S. Dashti, Melvyn Hillsdon, Katherine S. Ruth, Marcus A. Tuke, Hanieh Yaghootkar, Seth A. Sharp, Yingjie Jie, William D. Thompson, Jamie W. Harrison, Amy Dawes, Enda M. Byrne, Henning Tiemeier, Karla V. AllebrandtJack Bowden, David W. Ray, Rachel M. Freathy, Anna Murray, Diego R. Mazzotti, Philip R. Gehrman, Debbie A. Lawlor, Timothy M. Frayling, Martin K. Rutter, David A. Hinds, Richa Saxena, Michael N. Weedon*

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