Complex analysis of multiple single nucleotide polymorphisms as putative risk factors of tooth agenesis in the Hungarian population.

@article{Jobbgyvri2014ComplexAO,
  title={Complex analysis of multiple single nucleotide polymorphisms as putative risk factors of tooth agenesis in the Hungarian population.},
  author={Gabriella Jobb{\'a}gy-{\'O}v{\'a}ri and Csilla P{\'a}ska and P{\'e}ter Stiedl and B{\'a}lint Trimmel and Dorina Hontv{\'a}ri and Borb{\'a}la So{\'o}s and Peter Hermann and Zsuzsanna Eszter T{\'o}th and Bernadette Kerekes-M{\'a}th{\'e} and D{\'a}vid Nagy and Ildik{\'o} Sz{\'a}nt{\'o} and {\'A}kos Andr{\'a}s Nagy and Mih{\'a}ly Martonosi and Katalin E. Nagy and {\'E}va Hadadi and Csaba Szalai and G{\'a}bor Hull{\'a}m and Gergely Botond Temesi and Peter Antal and G Sz{\^u}csn{\'e} Varga and Ildik{\'o} Tarj{\'a}n},
  journal={Acta odontologica Scandinavica},
  year={2014},
  volume={72 3},
  pages={
          216-27
        }
}
OBJECTIVES The role was studied of multiple single nucleotide polymorphisms in tooth agenesis in the Hungarian population using a complex approach. METHODS Eight SNPs, PAX9 -912 C/T, PAX9 -1031 A/G, MSX1 3755 A/G, FGFR1 T/C rs881301, IRF6 T/C rs764093, AXIN2-8150 A/G, AXIN2-8434 A/G and AXIN2-30224 C/T, were studied in 192 hypodontia and 17 oligodontia cases and in 260 healthy volunteers. Case-control analysis was performed to test both allelic and genotypic associations as well as… CONTINUE READING
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