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Aldur Wictor Eriksson - bibliography

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Biography

Finnish human geneticist, born January 7, 1927, Geta, Åland Islands, Finland.

Bibliography

  • N.E. Simpson, A. W. Eriksson, and W. Lehmann:
    Genetic diversity in circumpolar populations.
    In Population structure and genetic disorders, edited by A. W. Eriksson, H. R. Forsius, H. R. Nevanlinna, P. L. Workmannand and R. K. Norio.. London: Academic Press, 1978 p. 139-149.
  • A.W, Eriksson, W. Lehmann, and W. E. Simpson:
    Genetic studies on circumpolar populations.
    In: The human biology of circumpolar populations. F. A. Milan, ed. London: Cambridge University Press, 1980, p. 81-168.
  • W. Eriksson, H. R. Forsius, H. R. Nevanlinna, P. L. Workmann and R. K. Norio editors:
    Population Structure and Genetic Disorders.
    London: Academic Press, 1980.
  • J. H, Mielke, L. B. Jorde, P. G. Trapp, D. L. Anderton, K. Pitkänen, and A. W. Eriksson:
    Historical epidemiology of smallpox in Åland, Finland: 1750-1890.
    Demography, 1984, 21:3, pp. 271-295.
  • J. H. Mielke, K. J. Pitkänen, L. B. Jorde, J. O. Fellman, and A. W. Eriksson:
    Demographic patterns in the Åland Islands, Finland, 1750-1900. Yearbook of Population Research in Finland, XXV. Population Research Institute: Helsinki, 1987, pp. 57-74.
  • K. Pitkänen, L. B. Jorde, J. H. Mielke, J. O. Fellman, and A. W. Eriksson:
    Marital migration and genetic structure in Kitee, Finland.
    Annals of Human Biology, 1988, 15:1, pp. 23-34.
  • W. Eriksson, W. M. A. Bressers, P. J. Kostense, R. F. J. Tas, K. J. Pitkänen, J. H. Mielke, L. B. Jorde, J. O. Fellman:
    Twinning Rate in Scandinavia, Germany and the Netherlands during years of privation.
    Acta geneticae medicae et gemellologiae, Rome, 1988, 37:277-298.
  • L. B. Jorde, K. Pitkanen, J. H. Mielke, J. O. Fellman, and A. W. Eriksson:
    Historical Epidemiology of Smallpox in Kitee, Finland.
    In Disease in Populations in Transition. Anthropological and Epidemiological Perspectives. Edited by Alan C. Swedlund and George J. Armelagos. Bergin & Garvey. South Hadley, Massachusetts, 1990, pp. 183-200.
  • L. B Jorde, K. J. Pitkänen, E. O'Brien, and A. W. Eriksson:
    Consanguinity and genetic disease in Finland's Swedish-speaking minority.
    In Minority Populations: Genetics, Demography and Health, edited by A. H. Bittles and D. F. Roberts. Macmillan: London, 1992, pp. 14-34.
  • L. B.Jorde, K. J.Pitkänen, E. O'Brien & A. W. Eriksson - The Galton Lecture for 1990:
    The Price of Isolation. In Minority Populations Genetics, Demography and Health, edited by A.H. Bittles and D.F Roberts. Palgrave Publishers, Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, 1992.
  • J. M Letters, P. K. Witting, J. K. Christison, A. W. Eriksson, K. Pettersson and R. Stocker:
    Time-dependent changes to lipids and antioxidants in plasma and aortas of apolipoprotein E-knockout mice. Journal of Lipid Research, 1999, 40: 1104-1112.
  • P. K.Witting, K. Pettersson, A.-M. Lindquvist, C. Westerlund, A. Westin Eriksson and R. Stocker:
    Inhibition by a coantioxidant of aortic lipid peroxidation and atherosclerosis in apolipoprotein E and low density lipoprotein receptor gene double knockout mice.
    The FASEB Journal, New York, 1999, 13: 667-675.
  • M. Samloff, J. I. Rotter and A. W. Eriksson, editors:
    Pepsinogens in Man: Clinical and Genetic Advances.
    Kreuning, A. R. Liss, Inc., New York, 1985, pp. 213-220.

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