Compelling evidence for a prostate cancer gene at 22q12.3 by the International Consortium for Prostate Cancer Genetics.

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Previously, an analysis of 14 extended, high-risk Utah pedigrees localized in the chromosome 22q linkage region to 3.2 Mb at 22q12.3-13.1 (flanked on each side by three recombinants) contained 31 annotated genes. In this large, multi-centered, collaborative study, we performed statistical recombinant mapping in 54 pedigrees selected to be informative for… (More)

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@article{Camp2007CompellingEF, title={Compelling evidence for a prostate cancer gene at 22q12.3 by the International Consortium for Prostate Cancer Genetics.}, author={Nicola J. Camp and Lisa A. Cannon-Albright and James M. Farnham and Agnes B. Baffoe-Bonnie and A. J. George and Isaac Powell and Joan E. Bailey-Wilson and John D. Carpten and Graham G. Giles and John L. Hopper and Gianluca Severi and Dallas R. English and William D Foulkes and Lovise O Maehle and P. A. Moller and Rosalind Eeles and Douglas P. Easton and Michael D. Badzioch and Alice S. Whittemore and Ingrid A. Oakley-Girvan and C. Hsieh and Latchezar M Dimitrov and Jianfeng Xu and Janet L. Stanford and Bo Johanneson and Kerry Deutsch and Laura J. McIntosh and Elaine A. Ostrander and Kathleen E. Wiley and Sarah D. Isaacs and Patrick P. Walsh and Stephen N. Thibodeau and Shannon K. McDonnell and Scott J. Hebbring and Daniel J. Schaid and Ethan M. Lange and Kathleen A Cooney and Teuvo L. J. Tammela and Johanna Schleutker and Thomas Paiss and Christiane Maier and Henrik Groenberg and Fredrik Wiklund and Monica Emanuelsson and William B Isaacs}, journal={Human molecular genetics}, year={2007}, volume={16 11}, pages={1271-8} }