A family-based and case–control association study of trace amine receptor genes on chromosome 6q23 in bipolar affective disorder

@article{Jamra2005AFA,
  title={A family-based and case–control association study of trace amine receptor genes on chromosome 6q23 in bipolar affective disorder},
  author={Rami Jamra and Ila Sircar and Tim Becker and Yun Freudenberg-Hua and Stephanie Ohlraun and Jan Freudenberg and Felix F. Brockschmidt and Thomas G. Schulze and Manfred Gross and Felix Spira and Monika Deschner and Christine Schm{\"a}l and Wolfgang Maier and P. Propping and Marcella Rietschel and Sven Cichon and Markus M. N{\"o}then and Johannes Schumacher},
  journal={Molecular Psychiatry},
  year={2005},
  volume={10},
  pages={618-620}
}
variability, suggesting that its observed LD with a putative 30 functional site may show similar variability among different ethnic populations from which ADHD triads were sampled. Three independent reports of systematic mutation screens of the DAT gene did not locate any additional common coding variations that result in amino-acid substitutions, or promoter region variations modulating mRNA expression levels. The gene exhibits a segmental pattern of LD, with a high but variable LD within 30… CONTINUE READING

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