Hutterites:
A Selected Bibliography

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Biomedical Research and Health

last updated 5 January 2011

 


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  1. Abney, Mark; McPeek, Mary Sara; & Ober, Carole. (2001). Broad and narrow heritabilities of quantitative traits in a founder population. American Journal of Human Genetics, 68 (5), 1302+. (Note: Genetic research using Schmiedeleut Hutterites in South Dakota as subjects.).
  2. Abney, Mark; Ober, Carole; & McPeek, Mary Sara. (2002). Quantitative-trait homozygosity and association mapping and empirical genomewide significance in large, complex pedigrees: fasting serum-insulin level in the Hutterites. American Journal of Human Genetics, 70 (4), 920-934.
  3. Agbayani-Siewert, Pauline; Takeuchi, David T.; & Pangan, Rosavinia W. (1999). Mental illness in a multicultural context. In Carol S. Aneshensel & Jo C. Phelan (Eds.), Handbook of the Sociology of Mental Health (pp. 19-36). New York: Kluwer Academic / Plenum Publishers. (Note: Hutterites are discussed on pages 27-29).
  4. Alarcon, M. & Cantor, R.M. (2001). Quantitative trait loci mapping of serum IgE in an isolated Hutterite population. Genetic Epidemiology, 21 (Suppl 1), S224-229.
  5. Alberts, S.C., & Ober, C. (1993). Genetic-variability in the major histocompatibility complex: a review of non-pathogen-mediated selective mechanisms. Yearbook of Physical Anthropology, 36, 71-89.
  6. Alcais, A. & Baur, M.P. (2001). Introduction: linkage analyses in single (non-Hutterite) populations. Genetic Epidemiology, 21 (Suppl 1), S166-167. (Note: asthma, statistical & numerical data).

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  7. Bendel, Jean Pierre, & Hua, Chang I. (1978, Fall). An estimate of the natural fecundability ratio curve. Social Biology, 25, 210-227.
  8. Berti, Peter Robert. (1992). The contribution of maternal age, birth order and birth interval to variation in the prevalence of linear enamel hypoplasia. (Master's thesis, University of Guelph (Canada), 1992). Masters Abstracts International, 31 (2), 749. (UMI No. AAGMM72373).
  9. Boright, A.P.; Connelly, P.W.; & Hegele, R.A. (1998). Genetic variation in paraoxonase-1 and paraoxonase-2 is associated with variation in plasma lipoproteins in Alberta Hutterites. Atherosclerosis, 139 (1), 131+.
  10. Bourgain, Catherine; Abney, Mark; Schneider, Daniel; Ober, Carole; & McPeek, Mary Sara. (2004). Testing for Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium in samples with related individuals. Genetics, 168 (4), 2349-2361. (Note: The study includes a sample of independent nuclear families from the Hutterite population.).
  11. Boycott, Kym M.; Flavelle, Shauna; Bureau, Alexandre; Glass, Hannah C.; Fujiwara, T. Mary; Wirrell, Elaine; Davey, Krista; Chudley, Albert E.; Scott, James N.; McLeod, D.Ross; & Parboosingh, Jillian S. (2005). Homozygous deletion of the very low density lipoprotein receptor gene causes autosomal recessive cerebellar hypoplasia with cerebral gyral simplification. American Journal of Human Genetics, 77 (3), 477-483.
  12. Briggs, Cheryl. (1988). Health care beliefs and practices of the Hutterites of forest river community, North Dakota. Journal of the American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, 11 (1), 24-30.
  13. Brunt, J. H., Reeder, B., & Chen, Y. (1994). A comparison of physical and laboratory measures between two Hutterite leute and the rural Saskatchewan population. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 85 (5), 299-302.
  14. Brunt, J. Howard; Lindsey, Elizabeth; & Hopkinson, Jennifer. (1997). Health promotion in the Hutterite community and the ethnocentricity of empowerment. The Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 29 (1), 17-28.
  15. Brunt, J. Howard, & Love, Edgar J. (1992). Evaluation of hypertension screening in the Hutterite population. Research in Nursing & Health, 15 (2), 103-110.
  16. Brunt, J. Howard, & Love, Edgar J. (1992). Hypertension and its correlates in the Hutterite community of Alberta. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 83 (5), 362-364. 
  17. Brunt, John Howard. (1989). Coronary heart disease among the Dariusleut Hutterites of Alberta. (Doctoral dissertation, University of Calgary (Canada), 1989). Dissertation Abstracts International, 52 (10), 5218B. (UMI No. AAGNN61676).
  18. Bryttan, J.M.; Kostyu, D.D.; Ober, C.; Elias, S.; & Dawson, D.V. (1994). Analysis of HLA haplotype segregation in the Schmiedeleut Hutterites of South Dakota. Human Heredity, 44 (4), 181-190.

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  19. Chan, A.; Newman, D.L.; Shon, A.M.; Schneider, D.H.; Kuldanek, S.; & Ober, C. (2006). Variation in the type I interferon gene cluster on 9p21 influences susceptibility to asthma and atopy. Genes and Immunity, 7 (2), 169-178.
  20. Chapman, N.H.; Leutenegger, A.L.; Badzioch, M.D.; Bogdan, M.; Conlon, E.M.; Daw, E.W.; Gagnon, F.; Li, N.; Maia, J.M.; Wijsman, E.M. & Thompson, E.A. (2001). The importance of connections: joining components of the Hutterite pedigree. Genetic Epidemiology, 21 (Suppl 1), S230-235.
  21. Chapman, N.H. & Wijsman, E.M. (2001). Introduction: linkage analyses in the Hutterites. Genetic Epidemiology, 21 (Suppl 1), S222-223. (Note: asthma, statistical & numerical data).
  22. Chapman, Nicola H. (2001). Genome descent in isolated populations. (Doctoral dissertation, University of Washington, 2001). Dissertation Abstracts International, 62 (5), 2143B. (UMI No. AAI3013940).
  23. Chodirker, B.N., Greenberg, C.R., & Pabello, P.D. (1992). Paracentric inversion 11q in Canadian Hutterites. Human Genetics, 89 (4), 450+.

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  24. Davey, K.M.; Parboosingh, J.S.; McLeod, D.R.; Chan, A.; Casey, R.; Ferreira, P.; Snyder, F.F.; Bridge, P.J.; & Bernier, F.P. (2006). Mutation of DNAJC19, a human homologue of yeast inner mitochondrial membrane co-chaperones, causes DCMA syndrome, a novel autosomal recessive Barth syndrome-like condition. Journal of Medical Genetics, 43 (5), 385-393.
  25. Davis, Dena S. (2000). Groups, communities, and contested identities in genetic research. The Hastings Center Report, 30 (6), 38-45.
  26. Davis, Dena S. (2001). Groups, communities, and contested identities in genetic research, erratum. The Hastings Center Report, 31 (1), 5.
  27. Dawson, Deborah V.; Ober, Carole; & Kostyu, Donna D. (1995). Extended HLA profile of an inbred isolate: the Schmiedeleut Hutterites of South Dakota. Genetic Epidemiology, 12 (1), 47+.
  28. Donfack, Joseph; Schneider, Daniel H.; Tan, Zheng; Kurz, Thorsten; Dubchak, Inna; Frazer, Kelly A.; & Ober, Carole. (2005). Variation in conserved non-coding sequences on chromosome 5q and susceptibility to asthma and atopy. Respiratory Research, 6 (1), 145.
  29. Donfack, J.; Tsalenko, A.; Hoki, D.M.; Parry, R.; Solway, J.; Lester, L.A.; & Ober, C. (2000). HLA-DRB1*01 alleles are associated with sensitization to cockroach allergens. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 105 (5), 960-966.
  30. Dyer, T.D.; Blangero, J.; Williams, J.T.; Goring, H.H.; & Mahaney, M.C. (2001). The effect of pedigree complexity on quantitative trait linkage analysis. Genetic Epidemiology, 21 (Suppl 1), S236-243. (Note: applies an analytical method to a large Hutterite pedigree).

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  31. Eaton, Joseph W. (1958). Folk obstetrics and pediatrics meet the M.D.: a case study of social anthropology and medicine. In E. Gartley Jaco (Ed.), Patients, Physicians and Illness (pp. 207-221). Glencoe, IL: The Free Press. (Note: This entry taken from: Riley, Marvin P. (1965). The Hutterite Brethren: an annotated bibliography).
  32. Eaton, Joseph W. (1963). Folk psychiatry. New Society: The Social Science Weekly, No. 48 (August 29), 9-11. (Note: This entry taken from: Riley, Marvin P. (1965). The Hutterite Brethren: an annotated bibliography).
  33. Eaton, Joseph W. & Mayer, A. (1953). The social biology of very high fertility among the Hutterites: the demography of a unique population. Human Biology, 25, 206-264.
  34. Eaton, Joseph W. & Weil, Robert J. (1951). Psychotherapeutic principles in social research; an interdisciplinary study of the Hutterites. Psychiatry, 14: 439-454.
  35. Eaton, Joseph W. & Weil, Robert J. (1953). The mental health of the Hutterites. Scientific American, 189 (December), 31-37. (Note: This entry taken from: Riley, Marvin P. (1965). The Hutterite Brethren: an annotated bibliography).
  36. Eaton, Joseph W. & Weil, Robert J. (1953). Some epidemiological findings in the Hutterite Mental Health Study. In Milbank Memorial Fund (Eds.), Interrelations Between the Social Environment and Psychiatric Disorders (pp. 222-234). New York: Milbank Memorial Fund. (Note: This entry taken from: Riley, Marvin P. (1965). The Hutterite Brethren: an annotated bibliography).
  37. Eaton, Joseph W. & Weil, Robert J. (1955). Culture and mental disorders; a comparative study of the Hutterites and other populations. Glencoe, IL: Free Press.
  38. Eaton, Joseph W.; Weil, Robert J.; & Kaplan, Bert (1951). The Hutterite mental health study. Mennonite Quarterly Review, 25 (January), 47-65. (Note: includes 1950 census and maps of Hutterite colonies in North America).
  39. Eaton, Joseph W.; Weil, Robert J.; & Kaplan, Bert. (1951). The Hutterite mental health study. Goshen, IN: Mennonite Historical Society. (Note: This is a reprint from Mennonite Quarterly Review, January 1951).
  40. Eichler, E.E. & Nelson, D.L. (1996). Genetic variation and evolutionary stability of the FMRL CGG repeat in six closed human populations. American Journal of Medical Genetics, 64 (1), 220-225.
  41. Eklund, Amy C.; Belchak, Mary Margaret; & Ober, Carole. (2000). Polymorphisms in the HLA-linked olfactory receptor genes in the Hutterites. Human Immunology, 61 (7), 711+.
  42. Enta, Tom & Kwan, Tammi Y. (1998). Melanocytic Nevi in sun-protected Canadian Hutterite children. Archives of Dermatology, 134 (3), 379-381.
  43. Ericksen, Julia A.; Ericksen, Eugene P.; Hostetler, John A.; & Huntington, Gertrude E. (1979, July). Fertility patterns and trends among the old order Amish. Population Studies, 33, 255-276.

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  44. Fahrenwald, Nancy L.; Boysen, Roxann; Fischer, Cheryl; & Maurer, Rebecca. (2001). Developing cultural competence in the baccalaureate nursing student: a population-based project with the Hutterites. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 12 (1), 48-55. (Note: see also an erratum in 12 (3), 252).
  45. Farthing, Marilyn. (1994). Health education needs of a Hutterite colony. The Canadian Nurse, 90 (7), 20+.
  46. Felt, Judy Clark; Ridley, Jeanne Clare; Allen, Gordon; & Redekop, Calvin. (1990, October). High fertility of old colony Mennonites in Mexico. Human Biology, 62, 689-700.
  47. Friedmann, Robert. (1953). Hutterite physicians and barber-surgeons. Mennonite Quarterly Review, 27 (April), 128-136.
  48. Frosk, Patrick; Del Bigio, Marc R.; Wrogemann, Klaus; & Greenberg, Cheryl R.. (2005). Hutterite brothers affected with two forms of limb girdle muscular dystrophy: LGMD2H and LGMD2I. European Journal of Human Genetics, 13 (8), 978-982.
  49. Frosk, Patrick; Greenberg, Cheryl R.; Tennese, Alysa A.P.; Lamont, Ryan; Nylen, Edward; Hirst, Cheryl; Frappier, Danielle; Roslin, Nicole M; Zaik,  Michaela; Bushby, Kate; Straub, Volker; Zatz, Mayana; De Paula, Flavia; Morgan, Kenneth; Fujiwara, Mary; Wrogemann, Klaus. (2005). The most common mutation in FKRP causing limb girdle muscular dystrophy type 2I (LGMD2I) may have occurred only once and is present in Hutterites and other populations. Human Mutation, 25 (1), 38-44.
  50. Frosk, P.; Weiler, T.; Nylen, E.; Sudha, T.; Greenberg, C.R.; Morgan, K.; Fujiwara, T.M.; & Wrogemann, K. (2002). Limb-girdle muscular dystrophy type 2H associated with mutation in TRIM32, a putative E3-ubiquitin-ligase gene. American Journal of Human Genetics, 70 (3), 663-672.  (Note: 35 clinically affected Hutterite patients and members of their immediate families were studied.).
  51. Frumkin, Robert M.; & Frumkin, Miriam Z. (1958). Religion, occupation, and major mental disorders: a research note. Journal of Human Relations, 6 (1), 98-101. (Note: It is mentioned that mental disease among among Hutterites is almost non-existent except when caused by contact with the outside society.).
  52. Fujiwara, T. Mary; Morgan, Kenneth; & Schwartz, Robert H. (1989). Genealogical analysis of cystic fibrosis families and chromosome 7q RFLP haplotypes in the Hutterite Brethren. American Journal of Human Genetics, 44 (3), 327+.

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  53. Gaudette, L.A., Holmes, T.M., Laing, L., Morgan, K., & Grace, M. (1977). Cancer incidence in Canadian Hutterites. American Journal of Epidemiology, 106 (3), 240. (Note: association).
  54. Glass, H.C., Boycott, K.M.; Adams, C.; Barlow, K.; Scott, J.N.; Chudley, A.E.; Fujiwara, T.M.; Morgan, K.;Wirrell, E.; & McLeod, D.R. (2005). Autosomal recessive cerebellar hypoplasia in the Hutterite population. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 47 (10), 691-695.
  55. Greenwood, C.M.; Bureau, A.; Loredo-Osti, J.C>; Roslin, N.M.; Crumley, M.J.; Brewer, C.G.; Fujiwara, T.M.; Goldstein, D.R.; & Morgan, K. (2001). Pedigree selection and tests of linkage in a Hutterite asthma pedigree. Genetic Epidemiology, 21 (Suppl 1), S244-251.
  56. Grimsley, C., & Ober, C. (1997) Population genetic studies of HLA E: evidence for selection. Human Immunology, 52 (1), 33-40.

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  57. Hader, W.J., Seland, T.P., Hader, M.B., Harris, C.J., & Dietrich, D.W. (1996). The occurrence of multiple sclerosis in the Hutterites of North America. Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences, 23 (4), 291-295.
  58. Hall, I.P. (2000). Interleukin-4 receptor alpha gene variants and allergic disease. Respiratory Research, 1 (1), 6-8. (Note: accompanies a paper by Carole Ober, et. al. regarding the susceptibility to asthma and atopy in the Hutterite population).
  59. Harrison, Harold; Miller, Kathy; & Ober, Carole. (1991). Identification of a serum protein polymorphism via two-dimensional electrophoresis: family and population studies in two genetically isolated groups: North American Hutterites and Australian Aborigines. American Journal of Human Genetics, 48 (2), 362+.
  60. Harrison, Harold H.; Ober, Carole; & Miller, Kathy L. (1991). High-resolution two-dimensional electrophoretic survey of serum protein genetic types in Schmiedeleut Hutterites. American Journal of Human Biology, 3 (6), 639-646.
  61. Harrison, Jeanette. (1994). A fertile inheritance. University of Chicago Magazine, 86 (4), 26-39. (Note: Hutterite genetic data in Carole Ober's research).
  62. Hartzog, Sandra Hitchens. (1971). Population genetic studies of a human isolate, the Hutterites of North America. (Doctoral dissertation, University of Massachusetts, 1971). Dissertation Abstracts International, 32 (7), 3794B. (UMI No. AAG7203538).
  63. Hauck, W.W. & Martin, A.O.  (1984). A statistical test for detection of ancestral genetic contributions to disease occurrence in finite populations. Genetic Epidemiology, 1 (4), 383-400.
  64. Haworth, James C.; Demaugre, France; & Booth, Frances A. (1992). Atypical features of the hepatic form of carnitine palmitoyltransferase deficiency in a Hutterite family. The Journal of Pediatrics, 121 (4), 553+.
  65. Health education needs of a Hutterite colony. (1994). Canadian Nurse, 90 (7), 20-26.
  66. Hegele, R.A., Brunt, J.H., & Connelly, P.W. (1996). Genetic and biochemical factors associated with variation in blood pressure in a genetic isolate. Hypertension, 27 (2), 308-312.
  67. Hegele, Robert A.; Gandhi, Shruti; & Connely, Philip W. (1996). Restriction isotyping of the premature termination variant of lipoprotein lipase in Alberta Hutterites. Clinical Biochemistry, 29 (1), 63+.
  68. Hegele, Robert A.; Brunt, J. Howard; & Connelly, Philip W. (1995). Multiple genetic determinants of variation of plasma lipoproteins in Alberta Hutterites. Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology, 15 (7), 861+.
  69. Hostetler, John A. (1985). History and relevance of the Hutterite population for genetic studies. American Journal of Medical Genetics, 22 (3).
  70. Hull, Terence H., & Saladi, Riningsih. (1977). The application of Hutterite fertility-weighted indexes to studies of changing marriage patterns. Yogyakarta: Population Institute, Gadjah Mada University.

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  71. Ingoldsby, Bron B., & Stanton, Max E. (1988). The Hutterites and fertility control. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 19 (1), 137-142.
  72. Innes, A.M. & Lowry, R.B. (2002). Bowen-Conradi syndrome in non Hutterite infant. Clinical Dysmorphology, 11 (2), 147-148.

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  73. Jacob, Clara. (1997). From our corner of the world: medical research in the Hutterite colonies. USD Medicine: News From The University of South Dakota School of Medicine, 26 (1), 3-8.
  74. Jarvis, George K., & Northcott, Herbert C. (1987). Religion and differences in morbidity and mortality. Social Science and Medicine, 25 (7), 813-824.
  75. Jedrey, C.M.; Chen, C.H.; Moser, K.L.; Wedig, G.C.; George, V.; & Tiwari, H.K. (2001). Transmission/disequilibrium test analysis of total serum IgE levels in the Hutterite and collaborative study on the genetics of asthma data sets. Genetic Epidemiology, 21 (Suppl 1), S298-302.
  76. Jeffries, Fiona Margaret. (1996). Health promotion and Hutterite cultural change: individual and group change processes. (Master's thesis, University of Victoria (Canada), 1996). Masters Theses International, 36 (2), 365. (UMI No. AAGMQ21912).

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  77. Klei, Lambertus; Reitz, Patrick; Miller, Mary; Wood, Joel; Maendel, Selma; Gross, David; Waldner, Tony; Eaton, Joseph; Monk, Timothy H.; & Nimgaonkar, Vishwajit L. (2005). Heritability of morningness-eveningness and self-report sleep measures in a family-based sample of 521 Hutterites. Chronobiology International, 22 (6), 1041-1054.
  78. Klinger, Katherine; Horn, Glenn T.; & Stanislovitis, Pat. (1990). Cystic fibrosis mutations in the Hutterite Brethren. American Journal of Human Genetics, 46 (5), 983+.
  79. Kostyu, Donna D. (1989). Genetic analysis of HLA in the U.S. Schmiedenleut Hutterites. American Journal of Human Genetics, 45 (2), 261+.
  80. Kulig, J.C.; Meyer, C.J.; Hill, S.A.; Handley, C.E.; Lichtenberger, S.M.; & Myck, S.L. (2002). Refusals and delay of immunization within southwest Alberta: understanding alternative beliefs and religious perspectives. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 93 (2), 109-112. (Note: The Hutterites' decision not to immunize was due to their experiences with adverse reactions and supported by their use of alternative health care methods.).
  81. Kurczynski, T.W. (1983). The role of genetic drift in gene-frequency variation in the Hutterites. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 60 (2), 215.
  82. Kurina, L.M.; Weiss, L.A.; Graves, S.W.; Parry, R.; Williams, G.H.; Abney, M.; & Ober, C. (2005). Sex differences in the genetic basis of morning serum cortisol levels: genome-wide screen identifies two novel loci specific to women. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 90 (8), 4747-4752. (Note: The study was conducted on nine Hutterite colonies in South Dakota).
  83. Kwan, T.Y.; Belke, T.W.; & Enta, T. (2000). Sex differences in the anatomical distribution of melanocytic nevi in Canadian Hutterite children. Journal of Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery, 4 (2), 58-62.

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  84. Laing, L. M. (1980). Declining fertility in a religious isolate: the Hutterite population of Alberta, Canada, 1951-1971. Human Biology, 52 (2), 288-310.
  85. Lamont, R.E.; Loredo-Osti, J.; Roslin, N.M.; Mauthe, J.; Coghlan, G.; Nylen, E.; Frappier, D.; Innes, A.M.; Lemire, E.G.; Lowry, R.B.; Greenberg, C.R.; Triggs-Raine, B.L.; Morgan, K.; Wrogemann, K.; Fujiwara, T.M.; & Zelinski, T. (2005). A locus for Bowen-Conradi syndrome maps to chromosome region 12p13.3. American Journal of Medical Genetics (Part A), 132 (2), 136-143.
  86. Lang, Hartmut, & Gohlen, Ruth. (1985). Completed fertility of the Hutterites: a revision. Current Anthropology, 26 (3), 395.
  87. Lang, Hartmut, & Gohlen, Ruth. (1985). On Lang and Gohlen revision of Hutterite completed fertility - reply. Current Anthropology, 26 (5), 660-661. (Note: reply to a letter).
  88. Larsen, Ulla. (1992). Natural marital fertility: a case study of the French-Canadians, 1660-1719. American Sociological Association. (Note: association paper).
  89. Larsen, Ulla & Vaupel, James W. (1990). Hutterite fecundability by age and parity: strategies for frailty modeling. American Sociological Association. (Note: association paper).
  90. Larsen, Ulla & Vaupel, James W. (1993). Hutterite fecundability by age and parity: strategies for frailty modeling of event histories. Demography, 30 (1), 81-102.
  91. Larsen, Ulla & Yan, S. (2000). The age pattern of fecundability: an analysis of French Canadian and Hutterite birth histories. Social Biology, 47 (1/2), 34-50.
  92. Lekic, Predrag Charles; Deng, Dianna; & Brothwell, Doug. (2006). Clinical evaluation of sealants and preventive resin restorations in a group of environmentally homogeneous children. Journal of Dentistry for Children, 73 (1), 15+. 
  93. Lekic, Predrag Charles; Sanche, Natalie; Odlum, Olva; deVries, Johann; & Wiltshire, William A. (2005). Increasing general dentists' provision of care to child patients through changes in the undergraduate pediatric dentistry program. Journal of Dental Education, 69 (3), 371-377.
  94. Levinson, D.F.; Nolte, I.; & te Meerman, G.L. (2001). Haplotype sharing tests of linkage disequilibrium in a Hutterite asthma data set. Genetic Epidemiology, 21 (Suppl 1), S308-311.
  95. Lin, J.; Hinrichs, A.; & Suarez, B.K. (2001). A kinship analysis of asthma among the Hutterites. Genetic Epidemiology, 21 (Suppl 1) S252-257.
  96. Longhofer, Jeffrey. (1994). Nursing home utilization: a comparative study of the Hutterian Brethren, the old order Amish, and the Mennonites. Journal of Aging Studies, 8 (1), 95-120.
  97. Luo, Y.; Lin, S.; & Irwin, M.E. (2001). Two-locus modeling of asthma in a Hutterite pedigree via Markov chain Monte Carlo. Genetic Epidemiology, 21 (Suppl 1), S24-29.
  98. Luo, Y.; & Lin, S. (2003). Finding starting points for Markov chain Monte Carlo analysis of genetic data from large and complex pedigrees. Genetic Epidemiology, 25 (1), 14-24.
  99. Luo, Yuqun. (2002). Incorporation of genetic marker information in estimating model parameters for complex traits with data from large complex pedigrees. (Doctoral dissertation, Ohio State University, 2002). Dissertation Abstracts International, 64 (2), 798B. (UMI No. AAI3081942).

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  100. Mahaney, Michael C.; Fujiwara, T. Mary; & Morgan, Kenneth. (1990). Dental agenesis in the Dariusleut Hutterite brethren: comparisons to selected Caucasoid population surveys. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 82 (2), 165-177.
  101. Mahaney, Michael C., & Morgan, Kenneth. (1986). Genetic epidemiology of hypodontia in the Hutterite Brethren. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 69 (2), 234-235.
  102. Margulis, Susan W.; Altmann, Jeanne; & Ober, Carole. (1993). Sex-biased lactational duration in a human population and its reproductive costs. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 32 (1), 41-45.
  103. McDuffie, Helen Harris. (1983). Investigations of malignancy in three Saskatchewan subpopulations, enzyme studies. (Doctoral dissertation, University Of Saskatchewan, 1982). Dissertation Abstracts International, 43 (8), 2448B. (UMI No. AAG0550688).
  104. McFalls, Joseph A., Jr. (1978). Subfecundity: a demographic perspective. Social Science Forum: An Interdisciplinary Journal,2 (1), 112-123.
  105. McPeek, Mary Sara; Wu, Xiaodong; & Ober, Carole. (2004). Best linear unbiased allele-frequency estimation in complex pedigrees. Biometrics, 60 (2), 359-367. (Note: genetic analysis based on Hutterite data.).
  106. Meyers, D.A.; Wjst, M.; & Ober, C. (2001). Description of three data sets: Collaborative Study on the Genetics of Asthma (CSGA), the German Affected-Sib-Pair-Study, and the Hutterites of South Dakota. Genetic Epidemiology, 21 (Suppl 1), S4-8).
  107. Miller, Shelley R., & Schwartz, Robert H. (1992). Attitudes toward genetic testing of Amish, Mennonite, and Hutterite families with cystic fibrosis. The American Journal of Public Health, 82 (2), 236-242.
  108. Minganonkar, V.L.; Fujiwara, T.M.; & Eaton, J. (2000). Low prevalence of psychoses among the Hutterites, an isolated religious community. American Journal of Psychiatry, 157 (7), 1065+. 
  109. Morgan, K. (1981). Mortality patterns in Canadian Hutterites, 1953-1975. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 54 (2), 256. (Note: association paper).
  110. Morgan, Kenneth. (1983). Mortality changes in the Hutterite Brethren of Alberta and Saskatchewan, Canada. Human Biology, 55 (1), 89-99.
  111. Morgan, Kenneth. (1983). Mortality changes in the Hutterite Brethren of Alberta and Saskatchewan, Canada. In Brennan, Ellen R. & Fix, Alan G. (Eds.), Mortality Patterns in Anthropological Populations (pp. 89-99). Detroit: Wayne State University Press. (Note: reprinted from Human Biology).
  112. Morgan, Kenneth. (1984). Demography, genetic and genealogical structure of the Hutterite population of Canada. American Journal Of Physical Anthropology, 63 (2), 196-197.
  113. Morgan, Kenneth; Holmes, T.M.; Grace, M.; Kemel, S.; & Robson, D. (1983). Patterns of cancer in geographic and endogamous subdivisions of the Hutterite Brethren of Canada. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 62 (1), 3-10.
  114. Morse, Janice M., & Morse, Robert M. (1988). Cultural variation in the inference of pain. Journal of Cross Cultural Psychology, 19 (2), 232-242.

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  115. Nallasamy, Sudha; Paluru, Prasuna C.; Devoto, Marcella; Wasserman, Nora F.; Zhou, Jie; & Young, Terri L. (2007). Genetic linkage study of high-grade myopia in a Hutterite population from South Dakota. Molecular Vision, 13, 229-236.
  116. Newman, D.L.; Hoffjan, S.; Bourgain, C.; Abney, M.; Nicolae, R.I.; Profits, E.T.; Grow, M.A.; Walker, K.; Steiner, L.; Parry, R.; Reynolds, R.; McPeek, M.S.; Cheng, S.; Ober, C. (2004). Are common disease susceptibility alleles the same in outbred and founder populations. European Journal of Human Genetics, 12 (7), 584-590.
  117. Nimgaonkar, Vishwajit L.; Fujiwara, T. Mary; Dutta, Mrinal; Wood, Joel; Gentry, Koren; Maendel, Selma; Morgan, Kenneth; & Eaton, Joseph. (2000). Low prevalence of psychoses among the Hutterites, an isolated religious community. American Journal of Psychiatry, 157 (7): 1065-1070
  118. Nonaka, K.; Miura, T.; & Peter, K. (1993). Low twinning rate and seasonal effects on twinning in a fertile population, the Hutterites. International Journal of Biometeorology, 37 (3), 145+.
  119. Nonaka, K., Miura, T., & Peter, K. (1994, June). Recent fertility decline in Dariusleut Hutterites: an extension of Eaton and Mayer's Hutterite fertility study. Human Biology, 66, 411-420.

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  120. Ober, Carole; Abney, M.; & McPeek, M.S. (2001). The Genetic dissection of complex traits in a founder population. American Journal of Human Genetics, 69 (5), 1068-1079.
  121. Ober, Carole; Abney, M.; & McPeek, M.S. (2002). The Genetic dissection of complex traits in a founder population, erratum. American Journal of Human Genetics, 70 (1), 284.
  122. Ober, Carole; Bombard, Allan; Dhaliwal, Roopinder; Elias, Sherman; Fagan, Jeanine; Laffler, Thomas G.; Martin, Alice O.; & Rosinsky, Barbara. (1987). Studies of Cystic Fibrosis in Hutterite families by using linked DNA probes. American Journal of Human Genetics, 41 (6), 1145-1151.
  123. Ober, Carole; Dyer, A.R.; Curb, J.D.; & Martin, A.O. (1983). Risk factors and mortality in Hutterites. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 60 (2), 232-233.
  124. Ober, Carole; Elias, Sherman; & Kostyu, Donna D. (1992). Decreased fecundability in Hutterite couples sharing HLA-DR. The American Journal of Human Genetics, 50 (1), 6+.
  125. Ober, Carole; Karrison, Theodore; Harlow, Lisa; Elias, Sherman; & Gleicher, Norbert. (1993, July). Autoantibodies and pregnancy history in a healthy population. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 169, 143+. (Note: 201 Hutterite adults were tested.)
  126. Ober, Carole; Pan, Lin; Phillips, Natasha; Parry, Rodney; & Kurina, Lianne M. (2006). Sex-specific genetic architecture on asthma-associated quantitative trait loci in a founder population. Current Allergy and Asthma Reports, 6 (3), 241-246.
  127. Ober, Carole; Tsalenko, A.; Willadsen, S; Newman, D.; Daniel, R.; Wu, X.; Andal, J.; Hoki, D.; Schneider, D.; True, K.; Schou, C.; Parry, R.; & Cox, N. (1999). Genome-wide screen for atopy susceptibility alleles in the Hutterites. Clinical and Experimental Allergy:  Journal of the British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 29 (supp 4), 11+.
  128. O'Brien, E., Kerber, R.A., Jorde, L.B., & Rogers, A.R. (1994). Founder effect: assessment of variation in genetic contributions among founders. Human Biology, 66 (2), 185-204.
  129. O'brien, Elizabeth. (1986). Population structure and genetic variability among 44 Hutterite colonies. (Doctoral dissertation, Northwestern University, 1986). Dissertation Abstracts International, 47 (6), 2219A. (UMI No. AAG8621840).
  130. Opitz, J.M.; Lowry, R.B.; Holmes, T.M.; & Morgan, K. (1985). Hutterite cerebro-osteo-nephrodysplasia: autosomal recessive trait in a Lehrerleut Hutterite family from Montana. American Journal of Medical Genetics, 22 (3), 521-529.

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  131. Pallister, P.D. & Opitz, J.M. (1985). Disequilibrium syndrome in Montana Hutterites. American Journal of Medical Genetics, 22 (3), 567-569.
  132. Pan, Lin; Ober, Carole; & Abney, Mark. (2007). Heritability estimation of sex-specific effects on human quantitative traits. Genetic Epidemiology, 31 (4), 338-347. (Note: The heritability of 20 quantitative human phenotypes in the Hutterites are estimated.).
  133. Pankratz, V.S. & Iturria, S.J. (2001). A pedigree partitioning approach to quantitative trait loci mapping of IgE serum level in the GAW12 Hutterite data. Genetic Epidemiology, 21 (Suppl 1), S258-263.
  134. Phillips, Donna L. (1992). Ecological approach in health promotion with a distinct cultural group: the Dariusleut Hutterites (Alberta). (Master's thesis, University of Calgary (Canada), 1992). Masters Abstracts International, 32 (1), 243. (UMI No. AAGMM79100).
  135. Pluzhnikov, Anna; Nolan, Daniel K.; Tan, Zhiqiang; McPeek, Mary Sara; & Ober, Carole. (2007). Correlation of intergenerational family sizes suggests a genetic component of reproductive fitness. American Journal of Human Genetics, 81 (1), 165-169. (Note: Reports an intergenerational correlation in reproductive success in the Hutterites).
  136. Prasad, C.; Johnson, J.P.; Bonnefont, J.P.; Dilling, L.A.; Innes, A.M.; Haworth, J.C.; Beischel, L.; Thuillier, L.; PripBuus, C.; & Singal, R. (2001). Hepatic caritine palmitoyl transferase 1 (CPT1 A) deficiency in North American Hutterites: evidence for a founder effect and results of a pilot study on a DNA-based newborn screening program. Molecular Genetics and Metabolism, 73 (1), 55-63.
  137. PripBuus, C.; Thuillier, L.; Abadi, N.; Prasad, C.; Dilling, L.; Demaugre, F.; Greenburg, C.; Gobin, S. Girard, J.; Bonnefont, J.P. (2001). Molecular analysis of hepatic carnitine palmitoyltransferase I deficiency in an extended Hutterite family. Biochemical Society Transactions, 29 (1), 24.
  138. PripBuus, C.; Thuillier, L.; Abadi, N.; Prasad, C.; Dilling, L.; Klasing, J.; Demaugre, F.; Greenberg, C.R.; Haworth, J.C.; & Droin, V. (2001). Molecular and enzymatic characterization of a unique carnitine palmitoyltransferase 1A mutation in the Hutterite community. Molecular Genetics and Metabolism, 73 (1), 46-54.

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  139. Rennie, R.P., Strong, D.,, & Taylor, D.E. (1994). Campylobacter fetus diarrhea in a Hutterite colony: epidemiological observations and typing of the causative organism. Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 32 (3), 721+.
  140. Robinson, W.C. (1986). Another look at the Hutterites and natural fertility. Social Biology, 33 (1-2), 65-76.
  141. Ross, R.T. & Cheang, M. (1997). Common infectious diseases in a population with low multiple sclerosis and varicella occurrence. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 50 (3), 337-339. (Note: Manitoba Hutterites).
  142. Ross, R.T.; Nicolle, L.E.; & Cheang, M. (1995). Varicella zoster virus and multiple sclerosis in a Hutterite population. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 48 (11), 1319-1324.
  143. Ross, R.T.; Nicolle, L.E.; Dawood, M.R.; Cheang, M.; & Feschuk, C. (1997). Varicella zoster antibodies after herpes zoster, varicella and multiple sclerosis. Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences, 24 (2), 137-139. (Note: Manitoba Hutterites).
  144. Ryerson, Lindsay M. & Giuffre, R. Michael. (2006). QT intervals in metabolic dilated cardiomyopathy. The Canadian Journal of Cardiology, 22 (3), 217-220.

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  145. Sato, T., Nonaka, K., Miura, T., & Peter, K. (1994). Trends in cohort fertility of the Dariusleut Hutterite Population. Human Biology, 66 (3), 421-431.
  146. Schlenker, Evelyn H. & Parry, R.R. (1990). Utilization of masks by Hutterite farmers. South Dakota Journal of Medicine, 43 (3) 13+.
  147. Schlenker, Evelyn H.; Parry, Rodney R.; & McMillin, Michael J. (1989). Influence of age, sex, and obesity on blood pressure of Hutterites in South Dakota. Chest, 95 (6), 1269+.
  148. Schoser, B.G.; Frosk, P.; Engel, A.G.; Klutzny, U.; Lochmuller, H.; & Wrogemann, K. (2005). Commonality of TRIM32 mutation in causing sarcotubular myopathy and LGMD2H. Annals of Neurology, 57 (4), 591-595.
  149. Schurig, V., Vanorman, A., & Bowen, P. (1981). Nonprogressive cerebellar disorder with mental-retardation and autosomal recessive inheritance in Hutterites. American Journal of Medical Genetics, 9 (1), 43-53.
  150. Sheets, J.W. (1985). On Lang and Gohlen revision of Hutterite completed fertility. Current Anthropology, 26 (5), 660. (Note: a letter).
  151. Siegel, Bernard J. (1955). High anxiety levels and cultural integration: notes on a psycho-cultural hypothesis. Social Forces, 34 (1), 42-48.
  152. Silengo, M.C.; Lerone, M.; Pelizza, A.; Gatti, R.; Barabina, A.; & Romeo, G. (1990). A new syndrome with cerebro-oculo-skeletal-renal involvement. Pediatric Radiology, 20 (8), 612-614.
  153. Sivakova, D. & Pospisil, M. (2001). Dermatoglyphic analysis of Habans (Hutterites) from Slovakia. Anthropologischer Anzeiger; Bericht uber die biologisch-anthropologische Literatur, 59 (4), 355-363.
  154. Sommer, John L. (1953). Hutterite medicine and physicians in Moravia in the sixteenth century and after. Mennonite Quarterly Review, 27 (April), 111-127.
  155. Sparkes, Rebecca; Patton, David; & Bernier, Francois. (2007). Cardiac features of a novel autosomal recessive dilated cardiomyopathic syndrome due to defective importation of mitochondrial protein. Cardiology in the Young, 17 (2), 215-217. (Note: A high incidence of the condition was recently described in the Canadian Dariusleut Hutterite population.).
  156. Specker, Bonny & Binkley, Teresa. (2005). High parity is associated with increased bone size and strength. Osteoporosis International: A Journal Established as Result of Cooperation Between the European Foundation for Osteoporosis and the National Osteoporosis Foundation of the USA, 16 (12), 1969-1974.
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  158. Stassen, H.H. & Scharfetter, C. (2001). Oligogenic approaches to the predisposition of asthma in ethnically diverse populations. Genetic Epidemiology, 21 (Suppl 1), S284-289. (Note: using genome-wide screening data of the Collaborative Study on Genetics of Asthma and Hutterite studies).
  159. Steinberg, A.G.; Bleibtreu, H.K.; Kurczynski, T.W.; Martin, A.O.; & Kurczynski, E.M. (1967). Genetic studies on an inbred human isolate. In: Crow, J.F. & Neel, J.V. (eds.) Proceedings of the Third International Congress of Human Genetics. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press. (pp. 267-289).
  160. Stephenson, Peter H. (1979). Hutterite belief in evil eye: beyond paranoia and towards a general theory of invidia. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, 3 (3), 247-265.
  161. Stephenson, Peter H. (1983-84). "He died too quick!" the process of dying in a Hutterian colony. Omega, The Journal of Death and Dying, 14 (2), 127-134.
  162. Stephenson, Peter H. (1997). Hutterite colonies: stress and coping in the context of communal life. In Ihsan Al-Issa & Michel Tousignant, et. al. (Eds), Ethnicity, immigration, and psychopathology. The Plenum series on stress and coping (pp. 107-118). New York: Plenum Press.
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  165. Stevenson, J.; Everson, P.; & Rogers, L. (1994). Changes in fertility relative to starting, stopping, and spacing behaviors in a migrating Mennonite community, 1775-1889. Social Biology, 41 (1-2), 83-95.
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  168. Thompson, E.A. & Morgan, K. (1989). Recursive descent probabilities for rare recessive lethals. Annals of Human Genetics, 53 (Pt. 4), 357-374.
  169. Tietze, C. (1957). Reproductive span and rate of reproduction among Hutterite women. Fertility & Sterility, 8 (1), 89-97.
  170. Torrey, E. Fuller. (1987, May). Prevalence studies in schizophrenia. British Journal of Psychiatry, 150, 598-608.
  171. Torrey, E. Fuller. (1995). Prevalence of psychosis among the Hutterites: a reanalysis of the 1950-53 study. Schizophrenia Research, 16 (2), 167-170.
  172. Troyer, Henry. (1988). Review of cancer among four religious sects: evidence that life-styles are distinctive sets of risk factors. Social Science and Medicine, 26 (10), 1007-1017.

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  173. Voight, Benjamin F. & Pritchard, Jonathan K. (2005). Confounding from cryptic relatedness in case-control association studies. PLoS Genetics, 1 (3), e32.

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  174. Weiler, Tracey. (2001). Limb girdle muscular dystrophy in unique Manitoba populations. (Doctoral dissertation, University of Manitoba, 2001). Dissertation Abstracts International, 62 (10), 4352B. (UMI NOo. AAINQ62676).
  175. Weiler, Tracey; Greenberg, C.R.; Nylen, E.; Morgan, K.; Fujiwara, T.M.; Crumley, M.J.; Zelinsky, T.; Halliday, W.; Nickel, B.; Triggs-Raine, B.; & Wrogemann, K. (1997). Limb girdle muscular dystrophy in Manitoba Hutterites does not map to any of the known LGMD Loci. American Journal of Medical Genetics, 72 (3), 363-368.
  176. Weiler, Tracey; Greenberg, Cheryl R.; & Wrogemann, Klaus. (1998). A gene for autosomal recessive limb-girdle muscular dystrophy in Manitoba Hutterites maps to chromosome region 9q31-q33: evidence for another limb-girdle muscular dystrophy locus. American Journal of Human Genetics, 63 (1), 140+.
  177. Weiss, Lauren A.; Abney, Mark; Parry, Rodney; Scanu, Angelo M.; Cook, Edwin H. Jr.; Ober, Carole. (2005). Variation in ITGB3 has sex-specific associations with plasma lipoprotein(a) and whole blood serotonin levels in a population-based sample. Human Genetics, 117 (1), 81-87.
  178. Weiss, Lauren A.; Lester, Lucille A.; Gern, James E.; Wolf, Raoul L.; Parry, Rodney; Lemanske, Robert F.; Solway, Julian; & Ober, Carole. (2005). Variation in ITGB3 is associated with asthma and sensitization to mold allergen in four populations. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 172 (1), 67-73.
  179. Weiss, Lauren A.; Pan, Lin; Abney, Mark; & Ober, Carole. (2006). The sex-specific genetic architecture of quantitative traits in humans. Nature Genetics, 38 (2), 218-222.
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  181. White, K.J. (2002). Declining fertility among North American Hutterites: the use of birth control within a Dariusleut colony. Social Biology, 49 (1-2), 58-73.
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  185. Zhang, Jian. (2001). Linkage disequilibrium mapping by the decay of haplotype sharing in a founder population. (Doctoral dissertation, The University of Chicago, 2001). Dissertation Abstracts International, 62 (7), 3264B. (UMI No. AAI 3019976).
  186. Zhang, Jian; Schneider, Daniel; Ober, Carole; & McPeek, Mary Sara. (2005). Multilocus linkage disequilibrium mapping by the decay on haplotype sharing with samples of related individuals. Genetic Epidemiology, 29 (2), 128-140.
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  188. Zielenski, Julian; Fujiwara, T. Mary; & Markiewicz, Danuta. (1993). Identification of the M1101K mutation in the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) gene and complete detection of cystic fibrosis mutations in the Hutterite population. The American Journal of Human Genetics, 52 (3), 609+.

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