A polymorphism in CCR1/CCR3 is associated with narcolepsy

@article{Toyoda2015API,
  title={A polymorphism in CCR1/CCR3 is associated with narcolepsy},
  author={H. Toyoda and T. Miyagawa and A. Koike and T. Kanbayashi and A. Imanishi and Y. Sagawa and N. Kotorii and T. Kotorii and Y. Hashizume and K. Ogi and Hiroshi Hiejima and Y. Kamei and A. Hida and M. Miyamoto and M. Imai and Y. Fujimura and Y. Tamura and Azusa Ikegami and Yamato Wada and S. Moriya and H. Furuya and M. Takeuchi and Y. Kirino and A. Meguro and E. Remmers and Y. Kawamura and T. Otowa and A. Miyashita and K. Kashiwase and Seik-Soon Khor and M. Yamasaki and R. Kuwano and Tsukasa Sasaki and J. Ishigooka and K. Kuroda and K. Kume and S. Chiba and N. Yamada and M. Okawa and K. Hirata and N. Mizuki and N. Uchimura and Tetsuo Shimizu and Yuichi Inoue and Y. Honda and Kazuo Mishima and M. Honda and K. Tokunaga},
  journal={Brain, Behavior, and Immunity},
  year={2015},
  volume={49},
  pages={148-155}
}
Etiology of narcolepsy-cataplexy involves multiple genetic and environmental factors. While the human leukocyte antigen (HLA)-DRB1*15:01-DQB1*06:02 haplotype is strongly associated with narcolepsy, it is not sufficient for disease development. To identify additional, non-HLA susceptibility genes, we conducted a genome-wide association study (GWAS) using Japanese samples. An initial sample set comprising 409 cases and 1562 controls was used for the GWAS of 525,196 single nucleotide polymorphisms… Expand
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