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GS268136 • GWAS Catalog Data for airway imaging measurement in 5,385 European ancestry chronic obstructive pulmonary disease cases, 901 African American chronic obstructive pulmonary disease cases, 3,613 European ancestry controls, 2,132 African American controls
List of positional candidate genes after correcting for multiple testing and controlling the false discovery rate from genome wide association studies (GWAS) retrieved from the NHGRI-EBI Catalog of published genome-wide association studies (http://www.ebi.ac.uk/gwas/). The disease/trait examined in this study, as reported by the authors, was Airway imaging phenotypes. The EFO term airway imaging measurement was annotated to this set after curation by NHGRI-EBI. Intergenic SNPS were mapped to both the upstream and downstream gene. P-value uploaded. This gene set was generated using gwas2gs v. 0.1.8 and the GWAS Catalog v. 1.0.1.
GWAS: airway imaging measurement
MH Cho, PJ Castaldi, CP Hersh, BD Hobbs, RG Barr, R Tal-Singer, P Bakke, A Gulsvik, R San José Estépar, EJ Van Beek, HO Coxson, DA Lynch, GR Washko, NM Laird, JD Crapo, TH Beaty, EK Silverman
A Genome-Wide Association Study of Emphysema and Airway Quantitative Imaging Phenotypes.
American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine
Vol 192, pp. 559-69
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is defined by the presence of airflow limitation on spirometry, yet subjects with COPD can have marked differences in computed tomography imaging. These differences may be driven by genetic factors. We hypothesized that a genome-wide association study (GWAS) of quantitative imaging would identify loci not previously identified in analyses of COPD or spirometry. In addition, we sought to determine whether previously described genome-wide significant COPD and spirometric loci were associated with emphysema or airway phenotypes.
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