No significant association between RELN polymorphism and autism in case-control and family-based association study in Chinese Han population.

@article{He2011NoSA,
  title={No significant association between RELN polymorphism and autism in case-control and family-based association study in Chinese Han population.},
  author={Yiqun He and Guanglei Xun and Kun Xia and Zhengmao Hu and Lu-xian Lv and Zemin Deng and Jingping Zhao},
  journal={Psychiatry research},
  year={2011},
  volume={187 3},
  pages={462-4}
}
The present study genotyped four SNPs (rs736707, rs2229864, rs362691, and rs2073559) of the Reelin gene (RELN) in 165 autistic trios, 67 sporadic autistic children and 283 healthy controls with Chinese Han pedigree. Both case-control analysis and transmission disequilibrium test (TDT) found no evidence of significant association. The results do not support… CONTINUE READING