Institutions collaborating with the Biobank
Here is a list of institutions and research projects that are currently using the Biobank at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.
|Research project||Research institution|
|Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Study (MoBa)||Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH)|
|The Autism Birth Cohort – ABC||NIPH, The Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University (CU, New York, USA), The National Institutes of Health (NIH) / National Institutes of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS, Bethesda, USA)|
|Genetics of preterm birth||Gothenburg University, Sverige, Oslo University Hospital Rikshospitalet, FHI|
|Cohort of Norway – CONOR||HUNT Biobank Levanger /Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), NIPH, University of Oslo (UiO), University of Bergen (UiB), University of Tromsø (UiT)|
|Environmental causes of type 1 diabetes – MIDIA||NIPH|
|National Twin Register||NIPH|
|National MS-register and biobank||Haukeland University Hospital, Oslo University Hospital Ullevål|
|TOPP-project/Brain project||UiO, Oslo University Hospital Ullevål|
|Folate metabolism (MoBa)||UiB, NIPH|
Year of retrieval
Abee L Boyles,
Maternal autoantibodies against folate receptors: A risk factor for folate sensitive birth defects?
Developmental factors associated with variations in the serotonin transporter gene and the FTO gene in children
Camilla Stoltenberg, NIPH
Prenatal biomarkers in pregnancy for delayed language development and autism spectrum disorders (ABC)
Matt Longnecker, NIEHS, USA
Temporal variability of prenatal exposure to organophosphate pesticides and bisphenol A in the MoBa cohort.
Ole A. Andreassen,
Genetic mechanisms underlying schizophrenia and bipolar disorder
Folate and fatty acids in early life and neurodevelopmental disorders: developmental language delay as an early marker
Rigmor Austgulen, NTNU
Does cytolomegalovirus infection contribute to development of preeclampsia
Stein Emil Vollset,
Pregnancy, one-carbon metabolism and related single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs)
Nutrients and methylation of DNA
Genes and gene-environment interactions in failed rescue by birth in stillbirths
Matthew P Longnecker, NIEHS, USA
Perfluorinated alkyl levels in plasma in relation to time-to-pregnancy.
Mutation analysis of DNA-minisattellites from triads included in the BraMiljø –cohort
Maternal, Gestational and Neonatal Characteristics and the Transient Increase in Breast Cancer Risk Following Pregnancy.
Stephanie M Engel, University of North Carolina, USA
Relability of Free and Total BPA analyte measures in MoBa
Trine Waagsbø Skjerden, NIPH
A survey of the risk of sample exchange in the MoBa Cohort
Anne Kjersti Daltveit
B vitamins and deregulation of imprinted genes.
Rolv Terje Lie,
Selected environmental risk factors, genetic risk factors and gene-environment interactions for oral clefts
Camilla Stoltenberg /
Prenatal parental, and birth, biomarkers predictive of a later diagnosis of an autism spectrum disorder.
DNA, Plasma, RNA
Per E Lønning,
Exploring BRCA1 promoter methylation in umbilical cord, maternal and paternal peripheral blood cells
Bo Jacobsson, Sahlgrenska Universitetssjukehuset/ Östra
Spontaneous preterm delivery: a system biology approach in the MoBa
Nils Erik Gilhus,
Mothers with epilepsy: Risk factors for pregnancy related depression and developmental problems in the offspring. Data from the prospective Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort study
Pål Zeiner/Heidi Aase, Oslo University Hospital/NIPH
Genetic studies of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder: a genome-wide analysis in preschool children
Matthew P. Longnecker, NIEHS, USA
Perfluorinated alkyl levels in plasma in relation to preeclampsia, and validation of physiologically-based pharmacokinetic model of perifluorintaed compounds in pregnancy.
Susanne G Dudmann,
Intrauterine infections and risk of stillbirths and language delay
Helle Margrete Meltzer,
Mother’s dietary exposure to dioxins, PCBs, PBDEs and mercury – relation to foetal growth and thyroid hormone status of the child.
Ashley Moffett, University of Cambridge, UK
The role of Killer immunoglobolin-like receptors (KIR) and HLA-C-genes in reproductive success
Stephanie M Engel, University of North Carolina, US
Prenatal Smoking, Maternal and Fetal Genetic Variation, & Risk of Preeclampsia
Linda Morgan, University of Nottingham, UK
Genetic studies of preeclampsia in Central Asian and European populations
Monica Cheng Munthe-Kaas,
Neonatal presence of cancer dispositions (by epigenetic profiles or presence of pre-leukemic cells) in children who later develop childhood cancer
- Information from the NIPH project database. Accessed August 2013. Does not include all biobank projects.