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Clinical consequences of a polygenic predisposition to benign lower white blood cell counts: Consequences of benign WBC count genetics.
Mosley JD, Shelley JP, Dickson AL, Zanussi J, Daniel LL, Zheng NS, Bastarache L, Wei WQ, Shi M, Jarvik GP, Rosenthal EA, Khan A, Sherafati A, Kullo IJ, Walunas TL, Glessner J, Hakonarson H, Cox NJ, Roden DM, Frangakis SG, Vanderwerff B, Stein CM, Van Driest SL, Borinstein SC, Shu XO, Zawistowski M, Chung CP, Kawai VK. Mosley JD, et al. medRxiv [Preprint]. 2023 Aug 21:2023.08.20.23294331. doi: 10.1101/2023.08.20.23294331. medRxiv. 2023. Update in: Nat Commun. 2024 Apr 22;15(1):3384. doi: 10.1038/s41467-024-47804-5. PMID: 37662324 Free PMC article. Updated. Preprint.
Polygenic variation unrelated to disease contributes to interindividual variation in baseline white blood cell (WBC) counts, but its clinical significance is undefined. We investigated the clinical consequences of a genetic
Polygenic variation unrelated to disease contributes to interindividual variation in baseline white blood cel
Clinical associations with a polygenic predisposition to benign lower white blood cell counts.
Mosley JD, Shelley JP, Dickson AL, Zanussi J, Daniel LL, Zheng NS, Bastarache L, Wei WQ, Shi M, Jarvik GP, Rosenthal EA, Khan A, Sherafati A, Kullo IJ, Walunas TL, Glessner J, Hakonarson H, Cox NJ, Roden DM, Frangakis SG, Vanderwerff B, Stein CM, Van Driest SL, Borinstein SC, Shu XO, Zawistowski M, Chung CP, Kawai VK. Mosley JD, et al. Nat Commun. 2024 Apr 22;15(1):3384. doi: 10.1038/s41467-024-47804-5. Nat Commun. 2024. PMID: 38649760 Free PMC article.
Polygenic variation unrelated to disease contributes to interindividual variation in baseline white blood cell (WBC) counts, but its clinical significance is uncharacterized. We investigated the clinical consequences of a ge
Polygenic variation unrelated to disease contributes to interindividual variation in baseline white blood cel