Promise and pitfalls in the meta-analysis of genetic association studies: a response to Sen and Schinka

@article{Munaf2005PromiseAP,
  title={Promise and pitfalls in the meta-analysis of genetic association studies: a response to Sen and Schinka},
  author={Marcus R Munaf{\`o} and Taane G. Clark and Jonathan Flint},
  journal={Molecular Psychiatry},
  year={2005},
  volume={10},
  pages={895-897}
}
analysis to assess whether they account for the disparate results. With these parameters, among NEO studies, there was a significant difference between the l/l genotype group and both the s/s (P1⁄4 0.0004) and the s/l groups (0.0006). For the TCI/ TPQ group, there was a significant difference between the l/l and s/s groups (P1⁄4 0.0160), but no significant difference between the l/l and s/l groups (0.4313). Thus, difference in analytic method does not account for discrepancy between our meta… CONTINUE READING
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