Genomewide association analysis followed by a replication study implicates a novel candidate gene for neuroticism
|Genomewide association analysis followed by a replication study implicates a novel candidate gene for neuroticism|
|Authors:||Edwin J. van den Oord, Po-Hsiu Kuo, Annette M. Hartmann, B. Todd Webb, Hans-Jürgen Möller, John M. Hettema, Ina Giegling, József Bukszár, Dan Rujescu|
|Citation:||Archives of General Psychiatry 65 (9): 1062-1071. 2008 September|
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Genomewide association analysis followed by a replication study implicates a novel candidate gene for neuroticism reports a personality genetics study. The study examined more than 420'000 genetic markers on 1227 healthy individuals with replication on a sample of 1880 healthy individuals.
The results on MAMDC1 was followed up in another study, Follow-up association study of novel neuroticism gene MAMDC1, with negative results.