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Genotypes of Swedish subjects used in "Most genetic risk for autism resides with common variation" study
Joseph D. Buxbaum, Trent Gaugler, Lambertus Klei, Stephan J. Sanders, Corneliu A. Bodea, Arthur P. Goldberg, Ann B. Lee, Yudi Pawitan, Stephan Ripke, Sven Sandin, Pamela Sklar, Oscar Svantesson, Abraham Reichenberg, Christina M. Hultman, Bernie Devlin, Kathryn Roeder 
Genotypes of Swedish subjects used in "Most genetic risk for autism resides with common variation" study
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R01MH057881-01 GENETIC ASSOCIATION IN SCHIZOPHRENIA AND OTHER DISORDERS 07/01/1998 06/30/2003 Not Reported Not Reported UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH AT PITTSBURGH $1,117,457.00
R56MH097849-01 Population-Based Autism Genetics & Environment Study 07/31/2014 Not Reported Not Reported ICAHN SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AT MOUNT SINAI $0.00

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161PAGES study of autism heritability07/31/2014ApprovedOmics

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PubMed IDStudyTitleJournalAuthorsDateStatus
27087321Create StudyA Method to Exploit the Structure of Genetic Ancestry Space to Enhance Case-Control Studies.American journal of human geneticsBodea CA, Neale BM, Ripke S, Daly MJ, Devlin B, Roeder KMay 2016Not Determined
26834510Create StudyThe huge Package for High-dimensional Undirected Graph Estimation in R.Journal of machine learning research : JMLRZhao T, Liu H, Roeder K, Lafferty J, Wasserman LApril 2012Not Relevant
26806987Create StudyLocalized Functional Principal Component Analysis.Journal of the American Statistical AssociationChen K, Lei J2015Not Determined
26402605Create StudyInsights into Autism Spectrum Disorder Genomic Architecture and Biology from 71 Risk Loci.NeuronSanders SJ, He X, Willsey AJ, Ercan-Sencicek AG, Samocha KE, Cicek AE, Murtha MT, Bal VH, Bishop SL, Dong S, Goldberg AP, Jinlu C, Keaney JF, Klei L, Mandell JD, Moreno-De-Luca D, Poultney CS, Robinson EB, Smith L, Solli-Nowlan T, Su MY, Teran NA, Walker MF, Werling DM, Beaudet AL, et al.September 23, 2015Not Determined
25843333Create StudyDSM-5 and psychiatric genetics - round hole, meet square peg.Biological psychiatryBuxbaum, Joseph DMay 1, 2015Not Relevant
25382957Create StudyPositive Semidefinite Rank-based Correlation Matrix Estimation with Application to Semiparametric Graph Estimation.Journal of computational and graphical statistics : a joint publication of American Statistical Association, Institute of Mathematical Statistics, Interface Foundation of North AmericaZhao T, Roeder K, Liu HOctober 20, 2014Not Determined
25363760Create StudySynaptic, transcriptional and chromatin genes disrupted in autism.NatureDe Rubeis S, He X, Goldberg AP, Poultney CS, Samocha K, Cicek AE, Kou Y, Liu L, Fromer M, Walker S, Singh T, Klei L, Kosmicki J, Shih-Chen F, Aleksic B, Biscaldi M, Bolton PF, Brownfeld JM, Cai J, Campbell NG, Carracedo A, Chahrour MH, Chiocchetti AG, Coon H, Crawford EL, et al.November 13, 2014Not Relevant
25152607Create StudyStability Approach to Regularization Selection (StARS) for High Dimensional Graphical Models.Advances in neural information processing systemsLiu H, Roeder K, Wasserman LDecember 31, 2010Not Determined
25086666Create StudyA framework for the interpretation of de novo mutation in human disease.Nature geneticsSamocha KE, Robinson EB, Sanders SJ, Stevens C, Sabo A, McGrath LM, Kosmicki JA, Rehnström K, Mallick S, Kirby A, Wall DP, MacArthur DG, Gabriel SB, DePristo M, Purcell SM, Palotie A, Boerwinkle E, Buxbaum JD, Cook EH, Gibbs RA, Schellenberg GD, Sutcliffe JS, Devlin B, Roeder K, Neale BM, et al.September 2014Not Determined
25038753Study (346)Most genetic risk for autism resides with common variation.Nature geneticsGaugler T, Klei L, Sanders SJ, Bodea CA, Goldberg AP, Lee AB, Mahajan M, Manaa D, Pawitan Y, Reichert J, Ripke S, Sandin S, Sklar P, Svantesson O, Reichenberg A, Hultman CM, Devlin B, Roeder K, Buxbaum JDAugust 2014Relevant
24796725Create StudyThe increasing prevalence of reported diagnoses of childhood psychiatric disorders: a descriptive multinational comparison.European child & adolescent psychiatryAtladottir, Hjordis O; Gyllenberg, David; Langridge, Amanda; Sandin, Sven; Hansen, Stefan N; Leonard, Helen; Gissler, Mika; Reichenberg, Abraham; Schendel, Diana E; Bourke, Jenny; Hultman, Christina M; Grice, Dorothy E; Buxbaum, Joseph D; Parner, Erik TFebruary 2015Not Relevant
24794370Create StudyThe familial risk of autism.JAMASandin S, Lichtenstein P, Kuja-Halkola R, Larsson H, Hultman CM, Reichenberg AMay 7, 2014Not Determined
24587841Create StudyREFINING GENETICALLY INFERRED RELATIONSHIPS USING TREELET COVARIANCE SMOOTHING.The annals of applied statisticsCrossett A, Lee AB, Klei L, Devlin B, Roeder KJune 27, 2013Not Determined
24094742Create StudyIdentification of small exonic CNV from whole-exome sequence data and application to autism spectrum disorder.American journal of human geneticsPoultney CS, Goldberg AP, Drapeau E, Kou Y, Harony-Nicolas H, Kajiwara Y, De Rubeis S, Durand S, Stevens C, Rehnström K, Palotie A, Daly MJ, Ma'ayan A, Fromer M, Buxbaum JDOctober 3, 2013Not Determined
23966865Create StudyIntegrated model of de novo and inherited genetic variants yields greater power to identify risk genes.PLoS geneticsHe X, Sanders SJ, Liu L, De Rubeis S, Lim ET, Sutcliffe JS, Schellenberg GD, Gibbs RA, Daly MJ, Buxbaum JD, State MW, Devlin B, Roeder K2013Not Determined
23743231Create StudyWhole exome sequencing reveals minimal differences between cell line and whole blood derived DNA.GenomicsSchafer CM, Campbell NG, Cai G, Yu F, Makarov V, Yoon S, Daly MJ, Gibbs RA, Schellenberg GD, Devlin B, Sutcliffe JS, Buxbaum JD, Roeder KOctober 2013Not Determined
23593035Create StudyAnalysis of rare, exonic variation amongst subjects with autism spectrum disorders and population controls.PLoS geneticsLiu L, Sabo A, Neale BM, Nagaswamy U, Stevens C, Lim E, Bodea CA, Muzny D, Reid JG, Banks E, Coon H, Depristo M, Dinh H, Fennel T, Flannick J, Gabriel S, Garimella K, Gross S, Hawes A, Lewis L, Makarov V, Maguire J, Newsham I, Poplin R, Ripke S, et al.April 2013Not Determined
23555798Create StudyClustering and alignment of polymorphic sequences for HLA-DRB1 genotyping.PloS oneRingquist S, Bellone G, Lu Y, Roeder K, Trucco M2013Not Determined
23352160Create StudyRare complete knockouts in humans: population distribution and significant role in autism spectrum disorders.NeuronLim ET, Raychaudhuri S, Sanders SJ, Stevens C, Sabo A, MacArthur DG, Neale BM, Kirby A, Ruderfer DM, Fromer M, Lek M, Liu L, Flannick J, Ripke S, Nagaswamy U, Muzny D, Reid JG, Hawes A, Newsham I, Wu Y, Lewis L, Dinh H, Gross S, Wang LS, Lin CF, et al.January 23, 2013Not Determined
23143602Create StudyCommon genetic variants in the CLDN2 and PRSS1-PRSS2 loci alter risk for alcohol-related and sporadic pancreatitis.Nature geneticsWhitcomb DC, LaRusch J, Krasinskas AM, Klei L, Smith JP, Brand RE, Neoptolemos JP, Lerch MM, Tector M, Sandhu BS, Guda NM, Orlichenko L, Alzheimer's Disease Genetics Consortium, Alkaade S, Amann ST, Anderson MA, Baillie J, Banks PA, Conwell D, Coté GA, Cotton PB, DiSario J, Farrer LA, Forsmark CE, Johnstone M, et al.December 2012Not Determined
22843504Create StudyIndividual common variants exert weak effects on the risk for autism spectrum disorderspi.Human molecular geneticsAnney R, Klei L, Pinto D, Almeida J, Bacchelli E, Baird G, Bolshakova N, Bölte S, Bolton PF, Bourgeron T, Brennan S, Brian J, Casey J, Conroy J, Correia C, Corsello C, Crawford EL, de Jonge M, Delorme R, Duketis E, Duque F, Estes A, Farrar P, Fernandez BA, Folstein SE, et al.November 1, 2012Not Determined
22511880Create StudyWhole-exome sequencing and homozygosity analysis implicate depolarization-regulated neuronal genes in autism.PLoS geneticsChahrour MH, Yu TW, Lim ET, Ataman B, Coulter ME, Hill RS, Stevens CR, Schubert CR, ARRA Autism Sequencing Collaboration, Greenberg ME, Gabriel SB, Walsh CA2012Not Determined
22499558Create StudyNetwork- and attribute-based classifiers can prioritize genes and pathways for autism spectrum disorders and intellectual disability.American journal of medical genetics. Part C, Seminars in medical geneticsKou Y, Betancur C, Xu H, Buxbaum JD, Ma'ayan AMay 15, 2012Not Determined
22495311Create StudyPatterns and rates of exonic de novo mutations in autism spectrum disorders.NatureNeale BM, Kou Y, Liu L, Ma'ayan A, Samocha KE, Sabo A, Lin CF, Stevens C, Wang LS, Makarov V, Polak P, Yoon S, Maguire J, Crawford EL, Campbell NG, Geller ET, Valladares O, Schafer C, Liu H, Zhao T, Cai G, Lihm J, Dannenfelser R, Jabado O, Peralta Z, et al.May 10, 2012Not Determined
22463983Create StudyGenetic architecture in autism spectrum disorder.Current opinion in genetics & developmentDevlin B, Scherer SWJune 2012Not Determined
22170232Create StudyAmino acid position 11 of HLA-DRβ1 is a major determinant of chromosome 6p association with ulcerative colitis.Genes and immunityAchkar JP, Klei L, de Bakker PI, Bellone G, Rebert N, Scott R, Lu Y, Regueiro M, Brzezinski A, Kamboh MI, Fiocchi C, Devlin B, Trucco M, Ringquist S, Roeder K, Duerr RHApril 2012Not Determined
22005930Create StudyGenome-wide association study of Alzheimer's disease with psychotic symptoms.Molecular psychiatryHollingworth P, Sweet R, Sims R, Harold D, Russo G, Abraham R, Stretton A, Jones N, Gerrish A, Chapman J, Ivanov D, Moskvina V, Lovestone S, Priotsi P, Lupton M, Brayne C, Gill M, Lawlor B, Lynch A, Craig D, McGuinness B, Johnston J, Holmes C, Livingston G, Bass NJ, et al.December 2012Not Determined
21996756Create StudyA novel approach of homozygous haplotype sharing identifies candidate genes in autism spectrum disorder.Human geneticsCasey JP, Magalhaes T, Conroy JM, Regan R, Shah N, Anney R, Shields DC, Abrahams BS, Almeida J, Bacchelli E, Bailey AJ, Baird G, Battaglia A, Berney T, Bolshakova N, Bolton PF, Bourgeron T, Brennan S, Cali P, Correia C, Corsello C, Coutanche M, Dawson G, de Jonge M, Delorme R, et al.April 2012Not Determined
21982423Create StudyCopy number variants for schizophrenia and related psychotic disorders in Oceanic Palau: risk and transmission in extended pedigrees.Biological psychiatryMelhem N, Middleton F, McFadden K, Klei L, Faraone SV, Vinogradov S, Tiobech J, Yano V, Kuartei S, Roeder K, Byerley W, Devlin B, Myles-Worsley MDecember 15, 2011Not Determined
21892380Create StudySTRUCTURED, SPARSE REGRESSION WITH APPLICATION TO HIV DRUG RESISTANCE.The annals of applied statisticsPercival D, Roeder K, Rosenfeld R, Wasserman LJune 1, 2011Not Determined
21703496Create StudyIdentification of genetic loci underlying the phenotypic constructs of autism spectrum disorders.Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent PsychiatryLiu XQ, Georgiades S, Duku E, Thompson A, Devlin B, Cook EH, Wijsman EM, Paterson AD, Szatmari PJuly 2011Not Determined
21685912Create StudyIdentification of common variants influencing risk of the tauopathy progressive supranuclear palsy.Nature geneticsHöglinger GU, Melhem NM, Dickson DW, Sleiman PM, Wang LS, Klei L, Rademakers R, de Silva R, Litvan I, Riley DE, van Swieten JC, Heutink P, Wszolek ZK, Uitti RJ, Vandrovcova J, Hurtig HI, Gross RG, Maetzler W, Goldwurm S, Tolosa E, Borroni B, Pastor P, PSP Genetics Study Group, Cantwell LB, Han MR, et al.July 2011Not Determined
21658581Create StudyMultiple recurrent de novo CNVs, including duplications of the 7q11.23 Williams syndrome region, are strongly associated with autism.NeuronSanders SJ, Ercan-Sencicek AG, Hus V, Luo R, Murtha MT, Moreno-De-Luca D, Chu SH, Moreau MP, Gupta AR, Thomson SA, Mason CE, Bilguvar K, Celestino-Soper PB, Choi M, Crawford EL, Davis L, Wright NR, Dhodapkar RM, DiCola M, DiLullo NM, Fernandez TV, Fielding-Singh V, Fishman DO, Frahm S, Garagaloyan R, et al.June 9, 2011Not Determined
21480485Create StudyUsing linkage information to weight a genome-wide association of bipolar disorder.American journal of medical genetics. Part B, Neuropsychiatric genetics : the official publication of the International Society of Psychiatric GeneticsHowrigan DP, Laird NM, Smoller JW, Devlin B, McQueen MBJune 2011Not Determined
21408211Create StudyTesting for an unusual distribution of rare variants.PLoS geneticsNeale BM, Rivas MA, Voight BF, Altshuler D, Devlin B, Orho-Melander M, Kathiresan S, Purcell SM, Roeder K, Daly MJMarch 2011Not Determined
21078308Create StudyDo common variants play a role in risk for autism? Evidence and theoretical musings.Brain researchDevlin B, Melhem N, Roeder KMarch 22, 2011Not Determined
21067556Create StudyShedding new light on genetic dark matter.Genome medicineMelhem N, Devlin B2010Not Determined
20862653Create StudyUsing ancestry matching to combine family-based and unrelated samples for genome-wide association studies.Statistics in medicineCrossett A, Kent BP, Klei L, Ringquist S, Trucco M, Roeder K, Devlin BDecember 10, 2010Not Determined
20711421Create StudyGenome-Wide Significance Levels and Weighted Hypothesis Testing.Statistical science : a review journal of the Institute of Mathematical StatisticsRoeder K, Wasserman LNovember 2009Not Determined
20689656Create StudyA SPECTRAL GRAPH APPROACH TO DISCOVERING GENETIC ANCESTRY.The annals of applied statisticsLee AB, Luca D, Roeder K2010Not Determined
20663923Create StudyA genome-wide scan for common alleles affecting risk for autism.Human molecular geneticsAnney R, Klei L, Pinto D, Regan R, Conroy J, Magalhaes TR, Correia C, Abrahams BS, Sykes N, Pagnamenta AT, Almeida J, Bacchelli E, Bailey AJ, Baird G, Battaglia A, Berney T, Bolshakova N, Bölte S, Bolton PF, Bourgeron T, Brennan S, Brian J, Carson AR, Casallo G, Casey J, et al.October 15, 2010Not Determined
20531469Create StudyFunctional impact of global rare copy number variation in autism spectrum disorders.NaturePinto D, Pagnamenta AT, Klei L, Anney R, Merico D, Regan R, Conroy J, Magalhaes TR, Correia C, Abrahams BS, Almeida J, Bacchelli E, Bader GD, Bailey AJ, Baird G, Battaglia A, Berney T, Bolshakova N, Bölte S, Bolton PF, Bourgeron T, Brennan S, Brian J, Bryson SE, Carson AR, et al.July 15, 2010Not Determined
20435442Create StudyConsanguinity and increased risk for schizophrenia in Egypt.Schizophrenia researchMansour H, Fathi W, Klei L, Wood J, Chowdari K, Watson A, Eissa A, Elassy M, Ali I, Salah H, Yassin A, Tobar S, El-Boraie H, Gaafar H, Ibrahim NE, Kandil K, El-Bahaei W, El-Boraie O, Alatrouny M, El-Chennawi F, Devlin B, Nimgaonkar VLJuly 2010Not Determined
20088021Create StudyScreen and clean: a tool for identifying interactions in genome-wide association studies.Genetic epidemiologyWu J, Devlin B, Ringquist S, Trucco M, Roeder KApril 2010Not Determined
19784398Create StudyHIGH DIMENSIONAL VARIABLE SELECTION.Annals of statisticsWasserman L, Roeder KJanuary 1, 2009Not Determined
19625980Create StudyNeural correlates of symptom dimensions in pediatric obsessive-compulsive disorder: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study.Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent PsychiatryGilbert AR, Akkal D, Almeida JR, Mataix-Cols D, Kalas C, Devlin B, Birmaher B, Phillips MLSeptember 2009Not Determined
19513023Create StudyPhenotypic and genotypic characteristics of inflammatory bowel disease in French Canadians: comparison with a large North American repository.The American journal of gastroenterologyBhat M, Nguyen GC, Pare P, Lahaie R, Deslandres C, Bernard EJ, Aumais G, Jobin G, Wild G, Cohen A, Langelier D, Brant S, Dassopoulos T, McGovern D, Torres E, Duerr R, Regueiro M, Silverberg MS, Steinhart H, Griffiths AM, Elkadri A, Cho J, Proctor D, Goyette P, Rioux J, et al.September 2009Not Determined
19455578Create StudyDiscovering genetic ancestry using spectral graph theory.Genetic epidemiologyLee AB, Luca D, Klei L, Devlin B, Roeder KJanuary 2010Not Determined
19404257Create StudyAutism genome-wide copy number variation reveals ubiquitin and neuronal genes.NatureGlessner JT, Wang K, Cai G, Korvatska O, Kim CE, Wood S, Zhang H, Estes A, Brune CW, Bradfield JP, Imielinski M, Frackelton EC, Reichert J, Crawford EL, Munson J, Sleiman PM, Chiavacci R, Annaiah K, Thomas K, Hou C, Glaberson W, Flory J, Otieno F, Garris M, Soorya L, et al.May 28, 2009Not Determined
19278733Create StudyReplicable differences in preferred circadian phase between bipolar disorder patients and control individuals.Psychiatry researchWood J, Birmaher B, Axelson D, Ehmann M, Kalas C, Monk K, Turkin S, Kupfer DJ, Brent D, Monk TH, Nimgainkar VLApril 30, 2009Not Determined
19152378Create StudyConsanguinity associated with increased risk for bipolar I disorder in Egypt.American journal of medical genetics. Part B, Neuropsychiatric genetics : the official publication of the International Society of Psychiatric GeneticsMansour H, Klei L, Wood J, Talkowski M, Chowdari K, Fathi W, Eissa A, Yassin A, Salah H, Tobar S, El-Boraie H, Gaafar H, Elassy M, Ibrahim NE, El-Bahaei W, Elsayed M, Shahda M, El Sheshtawy E, El-Boraie O, El-Chennawi F, Devlin B, Nimgaonkar VLSeptember 5, 2009Not Determined
19122664Create StudyUlcerative colitis-risk loci on chromosomes 1p36 and 12q15 found by genome-wide association study.Nature geneticsSilverberg MS, Cho JH, Rioux JD, McGovern DP, Wu J, Annese V, Achkar JP, Goyette P, Scott R, Xu W, Barmada MM, Klei L, Daly MJ, Abraham C, Bayless TM, Bossa F, Griffiths AM, Ippoliti AF, Lahaie RG, Latiano A, Paré P, Proctor DD, Regueiro MD, Steinhart AH, Targan SR, et al.February 2009Not Determined
18519160Create StudySearching for disease susceptibility variants in structured populations.GenomicsRoeder K, Luca DJanuary 2009Not Determined
18252225Create StudyOn the use of general control samples for genome-wide association studies: genetic matching highlights causal variants.American journal of human geneticsLuca D, Ringquist S, Klei L, Lee AB, Gieger C, Wichmann HE, Schreiber S, Krawczak M, Lu Y, Styche A, Devlin B, Roeder K, Trucco MFebruary 2008Not Determined
17922480Create StudyPleiotropy and principal components of heritability combine to increase power for association analysis.Genetic epidemiologyKlei L, Luca D, Devlin B, Roeder KJanuary 2008Not Determined
17561376Create StudyPolymorphisms in MICB are associated with human herpes virus seropositivity and schizophrenia risk.Schizophrenia researchShirts BH, Kim JJ, Reich S, Dickerson FB, Yolken RH, Devlin B, Nimgaonkar VLAugust 2007Not Determined
17549760Create StudyImproving power in genome-wide association studies: weights tip the scale.Genetic epidemiologyRoeder K, Devlin B, Wasserman LNovember 2007Not Determined
17453677Create StudyAre exposure to cytomegalovirus and genetic variation on chromosome 6p joint risk factors for schizophrenia?Annals of medicineKim JJ, Shirts BH, Dayal M, Bacanu SA, Wood J, Xie W, Zhang X, Chowdari KV, Yolken R, Devlin B, Nimgaonkar VL2007Not Determined
17436020Create StudyGenetic liability to schizophrenia in Oceanic Palau: a search in the affected and maternal generation.Human geneticsDevlin B, Klei L, Myles-Worsley M, Tiobech J, Otto C, Byerley W, Roeder KJuly 2007Not Determined
17434289Create StudyComprehensive analysis of APOE and selected proximate markers for late-onset Alzheimer's disease: patterns of linkage disequilibrium and disease/marker association.GenomicsYu CE, Seltman H, Peskind ER, Galloway N, Zhou PX, Rosenthal E, Wijsman EM, Tsuang DW, Devlin B, Schellenberg GDJune 2007Not Determined
17342507Create StudyTesting for association based on excess allele sharing in a sample of related cases and controls.Human geneticsKlei L, Roeder KJune 2007Not Determined
17322880Create StudyMapping autism risk loci using genetic linkage and chromosomal rearrangements.Nature geneticsAutism Genome Project Consortium, Szatmari P, Paterson AD, Zwaigenbaum L, Roberts W, Brian J, Liu XQ, Vincent JB, Skaug JL, Thompson AP, Senman L, Feuk L, Qian C, Bryson SE, Jones MB, Marshall CR, Scherer SW, Vieland VJ, Bartlett C, Mangin LV, Goedken R, Segre A, Pericak-Vance MA, Cuccaro ML, Gilbert JR, et al.March 2007Not Determined
16893532Create StudyNovel, replicated associations between dopamine D3 receptor gene polymorphisms and schizophrenia in two independent samples.Biological psychiatryTalkowski ME, Mansour H, Chowdari KV, Wood J, Butler A, Varma PG, Prasad S, Semwal P, Bhatia T, Deshpande S, Devlin B, Thelma BK, Nimgaonkar VLSeptember 15, 2006Not Determined
16631129Create StudyEvaluation of a susceptibility gene for schizophrenia: genotype based meta-analysis of RGS4 polymorphisms from thirteen independent samples.Biological psychiatryTalkowski ME, Seltman H, Bassett AS, Brzustowicz LM, Chen X, Chowdari KV, Collier DA, Cordeiro Q, Corvin AP, Deshpande SN, Egan MF, Gill M, Kendler KS, Kirov G, Heston LL, Levitt P, Lewis DA, Li T, Mirnics K, Morris DW, Norton N, O'Donovan MC, Owen MJ, Richard C, Semwal P, et al.July 15, 2006Not Determined
16507006Create StudyAssociation study of eight circadian genes with bipolar I disorder, schizoaffective disorder and schizophrenia.Genes, brain, and behaviorMansour HA, Wood J, Logue T, Chowdari KV, Dayal M, Kupfer DJ, Monk TH, Devlin B, Nimgaonkar VLMarch 2006Not Determined
16400608Create StudyUsing linkage genome scans to improve power of association in genome scans.American journal of human geneticsRoeder K, Bacanu SA, Wasserman L, Devlin BFebruary 2006Not Determined
16152575Create StudySelection of eating-disorder phenotypes for linkage analysis.American journal of medical genetics. Part B, Neuropsychiatric genetics : the official publication of the International Society of Psychiatric GeneticsBulik CM, Bacanu SA, Klump KL, Fichter MM, Halmi KA, Keel P, Kaplan AS, Mitchell JE, Rotondo A, Strober M, Treasure J, Woodside DB, Sonpar VA, Xie W, Bergen AW, Berrettini WH, Kaye WH, Devlin BNovember 5, 2005Not Determined
16152574Create StudyLinkage analysis of anorexia and bulimia nervosa cohorts using selected behavioral phenotypes as quantitative traits or covariates.American journal of medical genetics. Part B, Neuropsychiatric genetics : the official publication of the International Society of Psychiatric GeneticsBacanu SA, Bulik CM, Klump KL, Fichter MM, Halmi KA, Keel P, Kaplan AS, Mitchell JE, Rotondo A, Strober M, Treasure J, Woodside DB, Sonpar VA, Xie W, Bergen AW, Berrettini WH, Kaye WH, Devlin BNovember 5, 2005Not Determined
16103890Create StudyAutism and the serotonin transporter: the long and short of it.Molecular psychiatryDevlin B, Cook EH, Coon H, Dawson G, Grigorenko EL, McMahon W, Minshew N, Pauls D, Smith M, Spence MA, Rodier PM, Stodgell C, Schellenberg GD, CPEA Genetics NetworkDecember 2005Not Determined
16094613Create StudyMultipoint linkage analysis for a very dense set of markers.Genetic epidemiologyBacanu SANovember 2005Not Determined
16076655Create StudyCircadian phase variation in bipolar I disorder.Chronobiology internationalMansour HA, Wood J, Chowdari KV, Dayal M, Thase ME, Kupfer DJ, Monk TH, Devlin B, Nimgaonkar VL2005Not Determined
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Genotypes of Swedish subjects used in "Most genetic risk for autism resides with common variation" study A key component of genetic architecture is the allelic spectrum influencing trait variability. For autism spectrum disorder (herein termed autism), the nature of the allelic spectrum is uncertain. Individual risk-associated genes have been identified from rare variation, especially de novo mutations. From this evidence, one might conclude that rare variation dominates the allelic spectrum in autism, yet recent studies show that common variation, individually of small effect, has substantial impact en masse. At issue is how much of an impact relative to rare variation this common variation has. Using a unique epidemiological sample from Sweden, new methods that distinguish total narrow-sense heritability from that due to common variation and synthesis of results from other studies, we reach several conclusions about autism's genetic architecture: its narrow-sense heritability is ~52.4%, with most due to common variation, and rare de novo mutations contribute substantially to individual liability, yet their contribution to variance in liability, 2.6%, is modest compared to that for heritable variation. 548 / 548 Primary Analysis Shared
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