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Changes in refractive error during young adulthood is common yet risk factors at this age are largely unexplored. This study explored risk factors for these changes, including gene–environmental interactions.
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Baljit Singh would like to thank and acknowledge the Enterprise Ireland) Technology Gateways Programme, which is co-funded by the Government of Ireland and the European Union under ERDF (European Regional Development Fund) Regional Programmes. MiCRA Biodiagnostics Technology Gateway at Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin, Ireland) is funded and supported under the Enterprise Ireland Technology Gateways Programme. Also, the authors would like to thank and acknowledge Sargun Singh for her support with the literature review and in the preparation of this manuscript.
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