Candidate genes in panic disorder: meta-analyses of 23 common variants in major anxiogenic pathways

@article{Howe2016CandidateGI,
  title={Candidate genes in panic disorder: meta-analyses of 23 common variants in major anxiogenic pathways},
  author={A. Howe and H. Buttensch{\o}n and A. Bani-Fatemi and E. Maron and T. Otowa and A. Erhardt and E. Binder and N. Gregersen and O. Mors and D. Woldbye and K. Domschke and A. Reif and J. Shlik and S. K{\~o}ks and Y. Kawamura and A. Miyashita and R. Kuwano and K. Tokunaga and H. Tanii and J. Smoller and T. Sasaki and D. Koszycki and V. Luca},
  journal={Molecular Psychiatry},
  year={2016},
  volume={21},
  pages={665-679}
}
The utilization of molecular genetics approaches in examination of panic disorder (PD) has implicated several variants as potential susceptibility factors for panicogenesis. However, the identification of robust PD susceptibility genes has been complicated by phenotypic diversity, underpowered association studies and ancestry-specific effects. In the present study, we performed a succinct review of case–control association studies published prior to April 2015. Meta-analyses were performed for… Expand
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