Genetic Imbalance in Patients with Cervical Artery Dissection

  title={Genetic Imbalance in Patients with Cervical Artery Dissection},
  author={C. Grond-Ginsbach and B. Chen and M. Krawczak and R. Pjontek and Philip Ginsbach and Yanxiang Jiang and S. Abboud and M. Arnold and A. Bersano and T. Brandt and V. Caso and S. Debette and M. Dichgans and Andreas Geschwendtner and G. Giacalone and J. Mart{\'i}n and A. Metso and T. Metso and A. Grau and M. Kloss and C. Lichy and A. Pezzini and C. Traenka and S. Schreiber and V. Thijs and E. Touz{\'e} and E. Del Zotto and T. Tatlisumak and D. Leys and P. Lyrer and S. Engelter},
  journal={Current Genomics},
  pages={206 - 213}
Background: Genetic and environmental risk factors are assumed to contribute to the susceptibility to cervical artery dissection (CeAD). To explore the role of genetic imbalance in the etiology of CeAD, copy number variants (CNVs) were identified in high-density microarrays samples from the multicenter CADISP (Cervical Artery Dissection and Ischemic Stroke Patients) study and from control subjects from the CADISP study and the German PopGen biobank. Microarray data from 833 CeAD patients and… Expand
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