Genome-wide association study identifies new multiple sclerosis susceptibility loci on chromosomes 12 and 20

Melanie Bahlo, David R. Booth, Simon Broadley, Matthew A. Brown, Simon J. Foote, Lyn R. Griffiths, Trevor J. Kilpatrick, Jeanette Lechner-Scott, Pablo Moscato, Victoria M. Perreau, Justin P. Rubio, Rodney J. Scott, Jim Stankovich, Graeme J. Stewart, Bruce V. Taylor, James Wiley, Glynnis Clarke, Mathew B. Cox, Peter A. Csurhes, Patrick DanoyKaren Drysdale, Judith Field, Judith M. Greer, Preethi Guru, Johanna Hadler, Brendan J. McMorran, Cathy J. Jensen, Laura J. Johnson, Ruth McCallum, Marilyn Merriman, Tony Merriman, Karen Pryce, Lotfi Tajouri, Ella J. Wilkins, Brian L. Browning, Devindri Perera, Devindri Perera, Simon Broadley, Helmut Butzkueven, William M. Carroll, Caron Chapman, Allan G. Kermode, Mark Marriott, Deborah Mason, Robert N. Heard, Michael P. Pender, Mark Slee, Niall Tubridy, Ernest Willoughby

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