Combined Linkage and Association Analyses of the 124-bp Allele of Marker D2S2944 with Anxiety, Depression, Neuroticism and Major Depression

@article{Beem2005CombinedLA,
  title={Combined Linkage and Association Analyses of the 124-bp Allele of Marker D2S2944 with Anxiety, Depression, Neuroticism and Major Depression},
  author={Ashley Beem and Eco J. C. de Geus and Jouke-Jan Hottenga and Patrick F. Sullivan and Jacqueline M. Vink and P. Eline Slagboom and Dorret I. Boomsma},
  journal={Behavior Genetics},
  year={2005},
  volume={36},
  pages={127-136}
}
A central issue in psychiatric genetics is whether positive findings replicate. Zubenko et al. (2002b, Mol. Psychiatry 7:460–467) reported an association of the 124-bp allele of D2S2944 with recurrent early-onset major depression for females. We tested for association of this allele to continuous measures of anxiety, depression and neuroticism in a Dutch sample of 347 males and 448 females, and to DSM-IV major depression in a subsample of 210 males and 295 females. The association of the 124-bp… CONTINUE READING
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