Association Between Variants of PRDM1 and NDP52 and Crohns Disease, Based on Exome Sequencing and Functional Studies

David Ellinghaus, Hu Zhang, Sebastian Zeissig, Simone Lipinski, Andreas Till, Tao Jiang, Bjorn Stade, Yana Bromberg, Eva Ellinghaus, Andreas Keller, Manuel A Rivas, Jurgita Skieceviciene, Nadezhda T Doncheva, Xiao Liu, Qing Liu, Fuman Jiang, Michael Forster, Gabriele Mayr, Mario Albrecht, Robert HaslerBernhard O Boehm, Jane Goodall, Carlo R Berzuini, James Lee, Vibeke Andersen, Ulla Vogel, Limas Kupcinskas, Manfred Kayser, Michael Krawczak, Susanna Nikolaus, Rinse K Weersma, Cyriel Y Ponsioen, Miquel Sans, Cisca Wijmenga, David P Strachan, Wendy L McArdle, Sverine Vermeire, Paul Rutgeerts, Jeremy D Sanderson, Christopher G Mathew, Morten H Vatn, Jun Wang, Markus M Nothen, Richard H Duerr, Carsten Buning, Stephan Brand, Jurgen Glas, Juliane Winkelmann, Thomas Illig, Anna Latiano, Vito Annese, Jonas Halfvarson, Mauro Damato, Mark J Daly, Michael Nothnagel, Tom H Karlsen, Suresh Subramani, Philip Rosenstiel, Stefan Schreiber, Miles Parkes, Andre Franke

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