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Genome-wide association and functional analyses identify CASC20 and KIF26B as target loci in heterotopic ossification

bioRxiv

Nov 21, 2019

Konstantinos HatzikotoulasJeremy Mark Wilkinson

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Heterotopic ossification (HO) is bone formation that occurs after trauma within tissues that do not normally have the property of ossification, resulting in pain and disability. The genetic architecture of HO remains unclear. In the first genome-wide association studies of this disease,...read more

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Genome-Wide Association Study
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Genome
RNA, Untranslated
Muscle Cells
Knock-out
KIF26B protein, human
BMP2
Sp7 protein, human
Disease Susceptibility
7
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Genome-wide association and functional analyses identify CASC20 and KIF26B as target loci in heterotopic ossification

bioRxiv

Nov 21, 2019

Konstantinos HatzikotoulasJeremy Mark Wilkinson

DOI: 10.1101/845958

Abstract

Heterotopic ossification (HO) is bone formation that occurs after trauma within tissues that do not normally have the property of ossification, resulting in pain and disability. The genetic architecture of HO remains unclear. In the first genome-wide association studies of this disease,...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Genome-Wide Association Study
Study
Genome
RNA, Untranslated
Muscle Cells
Knock-out
KIF26B protein, human
BMP2
Sp7 protein, human
Disease Susceptibility
7

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