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Title: An Unusual Suspect: An Uncommon Human-Specific Synonymous Coding Variant within the UGT1A6 Gene Explains a GWAS Signal and Protects against Bladder Cancer
Authors: Fu, Yi-Ping;Figueroa, Jonine D;Malats, Núria;Garcia-Closas, Montserrat;Chatterjee, Nilanjan;Kogevinas, Manolis;Baris, Dalsu;Thun, Michael;Hall, Jennifer L;Albanes, Demetrius;Porter-Gill, Patricia;Purdue, Mark P;Burdett, Laurie;Liu, Luyang;Hutchinson, Amy;Tardón, Adonina;Serra, Consol;Carrato, Alfredo;Garcia-Closas, Reina;Lloreta, Josep;Johnson, Alison;Schwenn, Molly;Karagas, Margaret R;Schned, Alan;Jacobs, Eric J;Diver, W Ryan;Gapstur, Susan M;Virtamo, Jarmo;Fraumeni, Joseph F;Chanock, Stephen J;Silverman, Debra T;Rothman, Nathaniel;Prokunina-Olsson, Ludmila;Tang, Wei;De Vivo, Immaculata;Myers, Timothy;Black, Amanda;Hunter, David J.
Year: 2011
Publisher: BioMed Central
Standard no: Tang, Wei, Yi-Ping Fu, Jonine D Figueroa, Núria Malats, Montserrat Garcia-Closas, Nilanjan Chatterjee, Manolis Kogevinas, et al. 2011. An unusual suspect: An uncommon human-specific synonymous coding variant within the UGT1A6 gene explains a GWAS signal and protects against bladder cancer. Genome Biology 12(Suppl 1): P19.
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