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MSGene - Meta-Analysis of All Published MS Association Studies (Case-Control Only) rs17824933
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 Polymorphism: rs17824933
 Gene: CD6  (FLJ44171; TP120)  Entrez Gene
 Protein: CD6 molecule  (CD6 antigen; T-cell differentiation antigen CD6; T12)  ProteinLink
 Chromosome: 11   (View: 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20  21  22  X  Y  MT)
 Status: Updated 25 November 2011
Gene Overview
 Polymorphism:
1) Summary of Allele and Genotype Distribution of all Published Association Studies (by Ethnic Group)
      Alleles Genotypes
  # Case-Control
Samples
  G-Allele
(frequency)
C-Allele
(frequency)
G/G
(frequency)
G/C
(frequency)
C/C
(frequency)
 Caucasian 16 MS
CTR
0.25
0.23
0.75
0.77
841 (0.062)
721 (0.055)
5006 (0.369)
4578 (0.349)
7737 (0.570)
7802 (0.596)
 Other/Mixed 1 MS
CTR
0.05
0.03
0.95
0.97
1 (0.005)
0 (0.000)
19 (0.096)
13 (0.066)
177 (0.898)
183 (0.934)
Total 17 MS
CTR
0.24
0.23
0.76
0.77
842 (0.061)
721 (0.054)
5025 (0.365)
4591 (0.345)
7914 (0.574)
7985 (0.601)

Meta-Analysis Methods      * New * Cumulative Meta-analysis
2) Forest plot for polymorphism  rs17824933

Please also see disclaimer for more information on these meta-analyses.


Meta-analyses have not been performed on the following polymorphisms since they lack published genotype data in at least four independent case-control samples, or the published genotype data was otherwise not eligible for inclusion (see methods for details):

rs11230563

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