A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

David M Secko, Nina Preto, Simon Niemeyer, Michael M Burgess. Soc Sci Med 2009
Times Cited: 83







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450 articles co-cited >1



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Should donors be allowed to give broad consent to future biobank research?
Mats G Hansson, Joakim Dillner, Claus R Bartram, Joyce A Carlson, Gert Helgesson. Lancet Oncol 2006
232
25

Trends in ethical and legal frameworks for the use of human biobanks.
A Cambon-Thomsen, E Rial-Sebbag, B M Knoppers. Eur Respir J 2007
157
18

Public perspectives on informed consent for biobanking.
Juli Murphy, Joan Scott, David Kaufman, Gail Geller, Lisa LeRoy, Kathy Hudson. Am J Public Health 2009
116
18


Engaging the public on biobanks: outcomes of the BC biobank deliberation.
K C O'Doherty, M M Burgess. Public Health Genomics 2009
70
17


Informed consent for biorepositories: assessing prospective participants' understanding and opinions.
Laura M Beskow, Elizabeth Dean. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2008
86
12

Broadening consent--and diluting ethics?
B Hofmann. J Med Ethics 2009
97
12






Community consultation and communication for a population-based DNA biobank: the Marshfield clinic personalized medicine research project.
Catherine A McCarty, Donna Chapman-Stone, Teresa Derfus, Philip F Giampietro, Norman Fost. Am J Med Genet A 2008
61
13


Informed consent and biobanks: a population-based study of attitudes towards tissue donation for genetic research.
Klaus Hoeyer, Bert-Ove Olofsson, Tom Mjörndal, Niels Lynöe. Scand J Public Health 2004
139
9

Assessing the understanding of biobank participants.
K E Ormond, A L Cirino, I B Helenowski, R L Chisholm, W A Wolf. Am J Med Genet A 2009
106
9

The charitable trust as a model for genomic biobanks.
David E Winickoff, Richard N Winickoff. N Engl J Med 2003
102
9

Patients' refusal to consent to storage and use of samples in Swedish biobanks: cross sectional study.
Linus Johnsson, Mats G Hansson, Stefan Eriksson, Gert Helgesson. BMJ 2008
45
17


DNA databanks and consent: a suggested policy option involving an authorization model.
Timothy Caulfield, Ross E G Upshur, Abdallah Daar. BMC Med Ethics 2003
70
11

Public and biobank participant attitudes toward genetic research participation and data sharing.
A A Lemke, W A Wolf, J Hebert-Beirne, M E Smith. Public Health Genomics 2010
175
9

Making policy decisions about population screening for breast cancer: the role of citizens' deliberation.
Charlotte Paul, Rachel Nicholls, Patricia Priest, Rob McGee. Health Policy 2008
48
14

Resolving individuals contributing trace amounts of DNA to highly complex mixtures using high-density SNP genotyping microarrays.
Nils Homer, Szabolcs Szelinger, Margot Redman, David Duggan, Waibhav Tembe, Jill Muehling, John V Pearson, Dietrich A Stephan, Stanley F Nelson, David W Craig. PLoS Genet 2008
460
8



Biobanking: international norms.
Bartha Maria Knoppers. J Law Med Ethics 2005
63
11

Attitudes towards biomedical use of tissue sample collections, consent, and biobanks among Finns.
Aaro Tupasela, Sinikka Sihvo, Karolna Snell, Pa Jallinoja, Arja R Aro, Elina Hemminki. Scand J Public Health 2010
50
14

Public expectations for return of results from large-cohort genetic research.
Juli Murphy, Joan Scott, David Kaufman, Gail Geller, Lisa LeRoy, Kathy Hudson. Am J Bioeth 2008
209
8

Collection, storage and use of blood samples for future research: views of Egyptian patients expressed in a cross-sectional survey.
Alaa Abou-Zeid, Henry Silverman, Magdi Shehata, Mohamed Shams, Mervat Elshabrawy, Tamer Hifnawy, Safa Abdel Rahman, Bahiga Galal, Hany Sleem, Nabiel Mikhail,[...]. J Med Ethics 2010
31
22


Informed consent and biobanks.
Ellen Wright Clayton. J Law Med Ethics 2005
58
10


Research on stored biological samples: views of African American and White American cancer patients.
Rebecca D Pentz, Laurent Billot, David Wendler. Am J Med Genet A 2006
65
9


From genetic privacy to open consent.
Jeantine E Lunshof, Ruth Chadwick, Daniel B Vorhaus, George M Church. Nat Rev Genet 2008
219
7

Development of a large-scale de-identified DNA biobank to enable personalized medicine.
D M Roden, J M Pulley, M A Basford, G R Bernard, E W Clayton, J R Balser, D R Masys. Clin Pharmacol Ther 2008
566
7


Research ethics recommendations for whole-genome research: consensus statement.
Timothy Caulfield, Amy L McGuire, Mildred Cho, Janet A Buchanan, Michael M Burgess, Ursula Danilczyk, Christina M Diaz, Kelly Fryer-Edwards, Shane K Green, Marc A Hodosh,[...]. PLoS Biol 2008
156
7


Ethics and biobanks.
M G Hansson. Br J Cancer 2009
107
7

Deliberations about deliberative methods: issues in the design and evaluation of public participation processes.
Julia Abelson, Pierre-Gerlier Forest, John Eyles, Patricia Smith, Elisabeth Martin, Francois-Pierre Gauvin. Soc Sci Med 2003
307
7

Managing incidental findings in human subjects research: analysis and recommendations.
Susan M Wolf, Frances P Lawrenz, Charles A Nelson, Jeffrey P Kahn, Mildred K Cho, Ellen Wright Clayton, Joel G Fletcher, Michael K Georgieff, Dale Hammerschmidt, Kathy Hudson,[...]. J Law Med Ethics 2008
474
7

Expanding the ethical analysis of biobanks.
Mark A Rothstein. J Law Med Ethics 2005
56
10

Reconsidering the value of consent in biobank research.
Judy Allen, Beverley McNamara. Bioethics 2011
47
12


Active choice but not too active: public perspectives on biobank consent models.
Christian M Simon, Jamie L'heureux, Jeffrey C Murray, Patricia Winokur, George Weiner, Elizabeth Newbury, Laura Shinkunas, Bridget Zimmerman. Genet Med 2011
107
7

Biobanking for research: a survey of patient population attitudes and understanding.
Alanna Kulchak Rahm, Michelle Wrenn, Nikki M Carroll, Heather Spencer Feigelson. J Community Genet 2013
58
10

From patients to partners: participant-centric initiatives in biomedical research.
Jane Kaye, Liam Curren, Nick Anderson, Kelly Edwards, Stephanie M Fullerton, Nadja Kanellopoulou, David Lund, Daniel G MacArthur, Deborah Mascalzoni, James Shepherd,[...]. Nat Rev Genet 2012
162
7



Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.