Identification of common genetic variants controlling transcript isoform variation in human whole blood

Abstract

An understanding of the genetic variation underlying transcript splicing is essential to dissect the molecular mechanisms of common disease. The available evidence from splicing quantitative trait locus (sQTL) studies has been limited to small samples. We performed genome-wide screening to identify SNPs that might control mRNA splicing in whole blood… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/ng.3220

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@article{Zhang2015IdentificationOC, title={Identification of common genetic variants controlling transcript isoform variation in human whole blood}, author={Xiaoling Zhang and Roby Joehanes and Brian H Chen and Tianxiao Huan and S Celes Ying and Peter J. Munson and Andrew D. Johnson and Daniel Levy and Christopher J. O'Donnell}, journal={Nature Genetics}, year={2015}, volume={47}, pages={345-352} }