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    • Genome-wide association study identifies three novel loci for type 2 diabetes 

      Hara K; Fujita H; Johnson TA; Yamauchi T; Yasuda K; Horikoshi M; Peng C; Hu C; Ma RC; Imamura M; Iwata M; Tsunoda T; Morizono T; Shojima N; So WY; Leung TF; Kwan P; Zhang R; Wang J; Yu W; Maegawa H; Hirose H; DIAGRAM Consortium; Kaku K; Ito C; Watada H; Tanaka Y; Tobe K; Kashiwagi A; Kawamori R; Jia W; Chan JC; Teo YY; Shyong TE; Kamatani N; Kubo M; Maeda S; Kadowaki T (2014)
      Although over 60 loci for type 2 diabetes (T2D) have been identified, there still remains a large genetic component to be clarified. To explore unidentified loci for T2D, we performed a genome-wide association study (GWAS) ...
    • A single-nucleotide polymorphism in ANK1 is associated with susceptibility to type 2 diabetes in Japanese populations 

      Imamura M; Maeda S; Yamauchi T; Hara K; Yasuda K; Morizono T; Takahashi A; Horikoshi M; Nakamura M; Fujita H; Tsunoda T; Kubo M; Watada H; Maegawa H; Okada-Iwabu M; Iwabu M; Shojima N; Ohshige T; Omori S; Iwata M; Hirose H; Kaku K; Ito C; Tanaka Y; Tobe K; Kashiwagi A; Kawamori R; Kasuga M; Kamatani N; DIAGRAM Consortium; Nakamura Y; Kadowaki T (2012)
      To identify a novel susceptibility locus for type 2 diabetes, we performed an imputation-based, genome-wide association study (GWAS) in a Japanese population using newly obtained imputed-genotype data for 2 229 890 ...