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Title: A genome-wide association study of anorexia nervosa
Authors: Boraska, Vesna;Franklin, Christopher S;Floyd, James AB;Thornton, Laura M;Huckins, Laura M;Southam, Lorraine;Rayner, N William;Tachmazidou, Ioanna;Klump, Kelly L;Treasure, Janet;Lewis, Cathryn M;Schmidt, Ulrike;Tozzi, Federica;Kiezebrink, Kirsty;Hebebrand, Johannes;Gorwood, Philip;Adan, Roger AH;Kas, Martien JH;Favaro, Angela;Santonastaso, Paolo;Fernández-Aranda, Fernando;Gratacos, Monica;Rybakowski, Filip;Dmitrzak-Weglarz, Monika;Kaprio, Jaakko;Keski-Rahkonen, Anna;Raevuori, Anu;Van Furth, Eric F;Slof-Op t Landt, Margarita CT;Hudson, James I;Reichborn-Kjennerud, Ted;Knudsen, Gun Peggy S;Monteleone, Palmiero;Kaplan, Allan S;Karwautz, Andreas;Hakonarson, Hakon;Berrettini, Wade H;Guo, Yiran;Li, Dong;Schork, Nicholas J.;Komaki, Gen;Ando, Tetsuya;Inoko, Hidetoshi;Esko, Tõnu;Fischer, Krista;Männik, Katrin;Metspalu, Andres;Baker, Jessica H;Cone, Roger D;Dackor, Jennifer;DeSocio, Janiece E;Hilliard, Christopher E;O’Toole, Julie K;Pantel, Jacques;Szatkiewicz, Jin P;Taico, Chrysecolla;Zerwas, Stephanie;Trace, Sara E;Davis, Oliver SP;Helder, Sietske;Bühren, Katharina;Burghardt, Roland;de Zwaan, Martina;Egberts, Karin;Ehrlich, Stefan;Herpertz-Dahlmann, Beate;Herzog, Wolfgang;Imgart, Hartmut;Scherag, André;Scherag, Susann;Zipfel, Stephan;Boni, Claudette;Ramoz, Nicolas;Versini, Audrey;Brandys, Marek K;Danner, Unna N;de Kovel, Carolien;Hendriks, Judith;Koeleman, Bobby PC;Ophoff, Roel A;Strengman, Eric;van Elburg, Annemarie A;Bruson, Alice;Clementi, Maurizio;Degortes, Daniela;Forzan, Monica;Tenconi, Elena;Docampo, Elisa;Escaramís, Geòrgia;Jiménez-Murcia, Susana;Lissowska, Jolanta;Rajewski, Andrzej;Szeszenia-Dabrowska, Neonila;Slopien, Agnieszka;Hauser, Joanna;Karhunen, Leila;Meulenbelt, Ingrid;Slagboom, P Eline;Tortorella, Alfonso;Maj, Mario;Dedoussis, George;Dikeos, Dimitris;Gonidakis, Fragiskos;Tziouvas, Konstantinos;Tsitsika, Artemis;Papezova, Hana;Slachtova, Lenka;Martaskova, Debora;Kennedy, James L.;Levitan, Robert D.;Yilmaz, Zeynep;Huemer, Julia;Koubek, Doris;Merl, Elisabeth;Wagner, Gudrun;Lichtenstein, Paul;Breen, Gerome;Cohen-Woods, Sarah;Farmer, Anne;McGuffin, Peter;Cichon, Sven;Giegling, Ina;Herms, Stefan;Rujescu, Dan;Schreiber, Stefan;Wichmann, H-Erich;Dina, Christian;Sladek, Rob;Gambaro, Giovanni;Soranzo, Nicole;Julia, Antonio;Marsal, Sara;Rabionet, Raquel;Gaborieau, Valerie;Dick, Danielle M;Palotie, Aarno;Ripatti, Samuli;Widén, Elisabeth;Andreassen, Ole A;Espeseth, Thomas;Lundervold, Astri;Reinvang, Ivar;Steen, Vidar M;Le Hellard, Stephanie;Mattingsdal, Morten;Ntalla, Ioanna;Bencko, Vladimir;Foretova, Lenka;Janout, Vladimir;Navratilova, Marie;Gallinger, Steven;Pinto, Dalila;Scherer, Stephen;Aschauer, Harald;Carlberg, Laura;Schosser, Alexandra;Alfredsson, Lars;Ding, Bo;Klareskog, Lars;Padyukov, Leonid;Finan, Chris;Kalsi, Gursharan;Roberts, Marion;Logan, Darren W;Peltonen, Leena;Ritchie, Graham RS;Barrett, Jeffrey C;Estivill, Xavier;Hinney, Anke;Sullivan, Patrick F;Collier, David A;Zeggini, Eleftheria;Bulik, Cynthia M
subject: anorexia nervosa;eating disorders;GWAS;genome-wide association study;metabolic
Year: 2013
Description: Anorexia nervosa (AN) is a complex and heritable eating disorder characterized by dangerously low body weight. Neither candidate gene studies nor an initial genome wide association study (GWAS) have yielded significant and replicated results. We performed a GWAS in 2,907 cases with AN from 14 countries (15 sites) and 14,860 ancestrally matched controls as part of the Genetic Consortium for AN (GCAN) and the Wellcome Trust Case Control Consortium 3 (WTCCC3). Individual association analyses were conducted in each stratum and meta-analyzed across all 15 discovery datasets. Seventy-six (72 independent) SNPs were taken forward for in silico (two datasets) or de novo (13 datasets) replication genotyping in 2,677 independent AN cases and 8,629 European ancestry controls along with 458 AN cases and 421 controls from Japan. The final global meta-analysis across discovery and replication datasets comprised 5,551 AN cases and 21,080 controls. AN subtype analyses (1,606 AN restricting; 1,445 AN binge-purge) were performed. No findings reached genome-wide significance. Two intronic variants were suggestively associated: rs9839776 (P=3.01×10−7) in SOX2OT and rs17030795 (P=5.84×10−6) in PPP3CA. Two additional signals were specific to Europeans: rs1523921 (P=5.76×10−6) between CUL3 and FAM124B and rs1886797 (P=8.05×10−6) near SPATA13. Comparing discovery to replication results, 76% of the effects were in the same direction, an observation highly unlikely to be due to chance (P= 4×10−6), strongly suggesting that true findings exist but that our sample, the largest yet reported, was underpowered for their detection. The accrual of large genotyped AN case-control samples should be an immediate priority for the field.
URI: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3859494/pdf/
http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HUL.InstRepos:11879352
Standard no: Boraska, V., C. S. Franklin, J. A. Floyd, L. M. Thornton, L. M. Huckins, L. Southam, N. W. Rayner, et al. 2013. “A genome-wide association study of anorexia nervosa.” Molecular psychiatry 16 (9): 10.1038/mp.2010.107. doi:10.1038/mp.2010.107. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/mp.2010.107.
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