Data from: Common genetic variation in ETV6 is associated with colorectal cancer susceptibility

Wang M, Gu D, Du M, Xu Z, Zhang S, Zhu L, Lu J, Zhang R, Xing J, Miao X, Chu H, Hu Z, Yang L, Tang C, Pan L, Du H, Zhao J, Du J, Tong N, Sun J, Shen H, Xu J, Zhang Z, Chen J

Date Published: May 13, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7dj7t

 

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Description We performed a genome-wide association studies (GWAS) and replicated the findings in seven independent samples from China. In the GWAS stage, 2,364 samples were enrolled from the Cancer Center of Nanjing Medical University. Genotyping for the GWAS stage was conducted using Illumina Human Omni ZhongHua Bead Chips for 900,015 SNPs. Individual-level genotype calls are in original file format as PLINK binary format.
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Wang M, Gu D, Du M, Xu Z, Zhang S, Zhu L, Lu J, Zhang R, Xing J, Miao X, Chu H, Hu Z, Yang L, Tang C, Pan L, Du H, Zhao J, Du J, Tong N, Sun J, Shen H, Xu J, Zhang Z, Chen J (2016) Common genetic variation in ETV6 is associated with colorectal cancer susceptibility. Nature Communications 7: 11478. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/ncomms11478

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Wang M, Gu D, Du M, Xu Z, Zhang S, Zhu L, Lu J, Zhang R, Xing J, Miao X, Chu H, Hu Z, Yang L, Tang C, Pan L, Du H, Zhao J, Du J, Tong N, Sun J, Shen H, Xu J, Zhang Z, Chen J (2016) Data from: Common genetic variation in ETV6 is associated with colorectal cancer susceptibility. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7dj7t
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