Meta-analysis of Scandinavian Schizophrenia Exomes
F. Kyle Satterstrom,
Thomas Damm Als,
James T. R. Walters,
Michael J. Owen,
Michael C O’Donovan,
Preben Bo Mortensen,
David M. Hougaard,
Benjamin M. Neale,
Anders D. Børglum
Posted 09 Nov 2019
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/836957
Posted 09 Nov 2019
Rare genetic variants may play a prominent role in schizophrenia. We report on the to date largest whole exome sequencing study of schizophrenia case-control samples from related populations and combine with other available sequence data, analysing in total 34,084 individuals (14,302 cases). Three genes showed significant association at FDR < 0.10 ( SETD1A , TAF13 and MKI67 ) and gene-set analyses highlighted the involvement of the synaptome and excitatory neurons, and demonstrated shared architecture with high-functioning autism.
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