Letter Reply: Distribution of TNFA haplotypes in healthy Caucasians: Comment on the articles by Newton et al and Zeggini et al
Ploski, R., Bednarczuk, T., Hiromatsu, Y., Newton, J., Kwiatkowski, D., Wordsworth, P., & Brown, Matthew A. (2004) Letter Reply: Distribution of TNFA haplotypes in healthy Caucasians: Comment on the articles by Newton et al and Zeggini et al. Arthritis and Rheumatism, 50(6), pp. 2034-2036.
We thank Ploski and colleagues for their interest in our study. The explanation for the difference in our findings is a typographic error in Table 2 of our article, whereby the alleles for marker TNF ⫺1031 were labeled incorrectly...
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|Keywords:||tumor necrosis factor alpha, algorithm, Caucasian, controlled study, DNA flanking region, dot hybridization, family study, gene frequency, gene linkage disequilibrium, gene locus, genetic polymorphism, genetic susceptibility, genotype, haplotype, human, human experiment, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, letter, normal human, population research, priority journal, promoter region, rheumatoid arthritis, European Continental Ancestry Group, Haplotypes, Humans, Tumor Necrosis Factor-alpha|
|Divisions:||Current > Schools > School of Biomedical Sciences
Current > Institutes > Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation
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