[Genome-wide association study(GWAS) and genetic risk of prostate cancer].

Abstract

It is evident that genetic factors play critical roles in prostate cancer development. GWAS (genome-wide association studies) in multiple ethnic groups have been identifying more than 100 loci or genes which was significantly associated with prostate cancer susceptibility. They include several loci at 8q24, prostate-specific gene, inflammation gene, and… (More)

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@article{Nakagawa2016GenomewideAS, title={[Genome-wide association study(GWAS) and genetic risk of prostate cancer].}, author={Hidewaki Nakagawa and Shusuke Akamatsu and Ryo Takata}, journal={Nihon rinsho. Japanese journal of clinical medicine}, year={2016}, volume={74 1}, pages={34-9} }