TEDS

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AcronymDefinition
TEDSThe Ellen Degeneres Show (TV show)
TEDSTransducer Electronic Data Sheet
TEDSTerrestrial Trunked Radio (European Telecommunications Standards Institute)
TEDSTrinity Evangelical Divinity School
TEDSTwins Early Development Study
TEDSTactical Environmental Data Server (US DoD)
TEDSTRICARE Encounter Data
TEDSTactical Expendable Drone System (US DoD)
TEDSThe Edwardian Drape Society (Teddy Boy fashion group; UK)
TEDSThromboembolism Deterrent Stockings
TEDSTreated Effluent Disposal System
TEDSTreatment Episode Data Set/System (SAMHSA)
TEDSTape-Editing System
TEDSTrend and Event Diagnostic System
TEDSTotal Employee Development System
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The sampling frame for the current study was derived from the 6894 2-year-old twins participating in the Twins Early Development Study (TEDS), an ongoing population-based study examining 43% of all twins born in England and Wales during 1994.
The collaborative study, published today in Nature Communications as part of the Wellcome Trust Case-Control Consortium, used data from the Twins Early Development Study (TEDS) to analyse the influence of genetics on the reading and mathematics performance of 12-year-old children from nearly 2,800 British families.
Professor Robert Plomin (King's College London), who led the Twins Early Development Study (TEDS), and one of the senior authors, clarified, "This is the first time we estimate genetic influence on learning ability using DNA alone.