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Researchers use TWAS to identify PD-related genes

2021-10-18

Researchers used a transcriptome wide association study to identify 18 genes that are significantly associated with Parkinson's disease, according to a report in NPJ Parkinson's Disease. The most significant gene identified was LRRC37A2, which was linked to Parkinson's disease in all 13 brain tissues studied.

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