Genome-wide association with select biomarker traits in the Framingham Heart Study.

Benjamin, Emelia J.
Dupuis, Josée.
Larson, Martin G.
Lunetta, Kathryn L.
Booth, Sarah L.
Govindaraju, Diddahally R.
Kathiresan, Sekar.
Keaney, John F.
Keyes, Michelle J.
Lin, Jing-Ping.
Meigs, James B.
Robins, Sander J.
Rong, Jian.
Schnabel, Renate.
Vita, Joseph A.
Wang, Thomas J.
Wilson, Peter WF.
Wolf, Philip A.
Vasan, Ramachandran S.

Background: Systemic biomarkers provide insights into disease pathogenesis, diagnosis, and risk stratification. Many systemic biomarker concentrations are heritable phenotypes. Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) provide mechanisms to investigate the genetic contributions to biomarker variability unconstrained by current knowledge of p... read more

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Benjamin, Emelia, Josée Dupuis, Martin G. Larson, Kathryn L. Lunetta, Sarah L. Booth, Diddahally R. Govindaraju, Sekar Kathiresan, John F. Keaney, Michelle J. Keyes, Jing-Ping Lin, James B. Meigs, Sander J. Robins, Jian Rong, Renate Schnabel, Joseph A. Vita, Thomas J. Wang, Peter WF Wilson, Philip A. Wolf, and Ramachandran S. Vasan. "Genome-wide association with select biomarker traits in the Framingham Heart Study." BMC Medical Genetics 8, no. 1 (9, 2007): 1-12.
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