Shared Molecular and Functional Frameworks among Five Complex Human Disorders: A Comparative Study on Interactomes Linked to Susceptibility Genes

@inproceedings{Menon2011SharedMA,
  title={Shared Molecular and Functional Frameworks among Five Complex Human Disorders: A Comparative Study on Interactomes Linked to Susceptibility Genes},
  author={Ramesh Menon and Cinthia Farina},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND Genome-wide association studies (gwas) are invaluable in revealing the common variants predisposing to complex human diseases. Yet, until now, the large volumes of data generated from such analyses have not been explored extensively enough to identify the molecular and functional framework hosting the susceptibility genes. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS We investigated the relationships among five neurodegenerative and/or autoimmune complex human diseases (Parkinson's disease--Park… CONTINUE READING