The month of October is flying by, and we have already had some great publications by some of our customers here at Golden Helix. We wanted to share them with you, and hope you find them as interesting as we did. Congrats to all who published!
- Bahram Namjou of the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and colleagues published A GWAS Study on Liver Function Test Using eMERGE Network Participants in PLOS | One which conducted a GWAS study in European ancestry participants in order to identify genetic contributors to variability in serum bilirubin levels and other liver function tests.
- In Molecular Syndromology, Inge Pedersen of the Aalborg University Hospital, along with colleagues, published The PHF6 Mutation c.1A>G; pM1V Causes Börjeson-Forsman-Lehmann Syndrome in a Family with Four Affected Young Boys. This study used whole-exome sequencing in the coding regions of the X chromosome on a family.
- Identification of ERAP1 protein allotypes in the Turkish population and evaluation of their contributions to Behçet’s disease risk was published in Pediatr Rheumatol Online Journal by Elaine Remmers of the NHGRI and colleagues in which genotyping of the ERAP1 gene region was performed in almost 2000 patients with Behcet’s disease to see if the gene was associated with the disease.
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