NKAIN1-SERINC2 is a functional, replicable and genome-wide significant risk gene region specific for alcohol dependence in subjects of European descent.

@article{Zuo2013NKAIN1SERINC2IA,
  title={NKAIN1-SERINC2 is a functional, replicable and genome-wide significant risk gene region specific for alcohol dependence in subjects of European descent.},
  author={Lingjun Zuo and Kesheng Wang and Xiang-yang Zhang and John H. Krystal and Chiang-shan Ray Li and Fengyu Zhang and Heping Zhang and Xingguang Luo},
  journal={Drug and alcohol dependence},
  year={2013},
  volume={129 3},
  pages={254-64}
}
OBJECTIVE We aimed to identify novel, functional, replicable and genome-wide significant risk regions specific for alcohol dependence using genome-wide association studies (GWASs). METHODS A discovery sample (1409 European-American cases with alcohol dependence and 1518 European-American controls) and a replication sample (6438 European-Australian family subjects with 1645 alcohol dependent probands) underwent association analysis. Nineteen other cohorts with 11 different neuropsychiatric… CONTINUE READING
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