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Genetic variants associated with motion sickness point to roles for inner ear development, neurological processes, and glucose homeostasis

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Feb 4, 2014

Bethann S. HromatkaNicholas K Eriksson

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Roughly one in three individuals is highly susceptible to motion sickness and yet the underlying causes of this condition are not well understood. Despite high heritability, no associated genetic factors have been discovered to date. Here, we conducted the first genome-wide association ...read more

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Morning Sickness
Motion Sickness
Nervous System Structure
Motion Sickness brand of dimenhydrinate
Woman
Muted protein, mouse
Single Nucleotide Polymorphism
Migraine Disorders
Glucose Homeostasis
Genetic Polymorphism
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Genetic variants associated with motion sickness point to roles for inner ear development, neurological processes, and glucose homeostasis

bioRxiv

Feb 4, 2014

Bethann S. HromatkaNicholas K Eriksson

DOI: 10.1101/002386

Abstract

Roughly one in three individuals is highly susceptible to motion sickness and yet the underlying causes of this condition are not well understood. Despite high heritability, no associated genetic factors have been discovered to date. Here, we conducted the first genome-wide association ...read more

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Morning Sickness
Motion Sickness
Nervous System Structure
Motion Sickness brand of dimenhydrinate
Woman
34

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