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Association of G72/G30

Association of G72/G30 GENETICS OF NERVOUS SYSTEM DISEASES NEUROREPORT Association of G72/G30 polymorphisms with early-onset and male schizophrenia a,* a,* b,c a a a b Weihua Yue ,ZhonghuaLiu ,Guolian Kang ,JunYan ,Fulei Tang ,Yan Ruan ,JifengZhang and Dai Zhang a b Institute of Mental Health, Peking University, Peking, Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science,Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China and Department of Statistics and Probability, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan,USA Correspondence and requests for reprints to Professor/Dr Dai Zhang, MD, PhD, Institute of Mental Health, Peking University, 51, HuaYuan Bei Road, Peking, Beijing100083,China Tel: + 8610 82801937; fax: + 8610 62078246; e-mail: daizhang@bjmu.edu.cn These authors contributed equally to this work. There are no con£icts of interest. Sponsorship:This work was supportedby Grants 30530290, 30400149 from the National Natural Science Foundation of China and Grant 2002BA711A07-06 from the National Key Project. Received 7 August 2006; accepted 25 August 2006 To explore the e¡ect of G72/G30 polymorphisms on the clinical patients.So did the sameallele(P¼ 0.034) and haplotype manifestations of schizophrenia, especially on the age at onset (P¼ 0.009) as mentioned above in male patients. These ¢ndings and sex of patients, we examined three single nucleotide suggest that the G72/G30 gene may modulate the age http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Neuroreport Wolters Kluwer Health

Association of G72/G30

Neuroreport , Volume 17 (18) – Dec 1, 2006

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0959-4965
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1473-558X
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10.1097/WNR.0b013e3280102ed4
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17179866
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Abstract

GENETICS OF NERVOUS SYSTEM DISEASES NEUROREPORT Association of G72/G30 polymorphisms with early-onset and male schizophrenia a,* a,* b,c a a a b Weihua Yue ,ZhonghuaLiu ,Guolian Kang ,JunYan ,Fulei Tang ,Yan Ruan ,JifengZhang and Dai Zhang a b Institute of Mental Health, Peking University, Peking, Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science,Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China and Department of Statistics and Probability, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan,USA Correspondence and requests for reprints to Professor/Dr Dai Zhang, MD, PhD, Institute of Mental Health, Peking University, 51, HuaYuan Bei Road, Peking, Beijing100083,China Tel: + 8610 82801937; fax: + 8610 62078246; e-mail: daizhang@bjmu.edu.cn These authors contributed equally to this work. There are no con£icts of interest. Sponsorship:This work was supportedby Grants 30530290, 30400149 from the National Natural Science Foundation of China and Grant 2002BA711A07-06 from the National Key Project. Received 7 August 2006; accepted 25 August 2006 To explore the e¡ect of G72/G30 polymorphisms on the clinical patients.So did the sameallele(P¼ 0.034) and haplotype manifestations of schizophrenia, especially on the age at onset (P¼ 0.009) as mentioned above in male patients. These ¢ndings and sex of patients, we examined three single nucleotide suggest that the G72/G30 gene may modulate the age

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