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Return of individual research results from genome-wide association studies: experience of the Electronic Medical Records and Genomics (eMERGE) Network.
Fullerton SM, Wolf WA, Brothers KB, Clayton EW, Crawford DC, Denny JC, Greenland P, Koenig BA, Leppig KA, Lindor NM, McCarty CA, McGuire AL, McPeek Hinz ER, Mirel DB, Ramos EM, Ritchie MD, Smith ME, Waudby CJ, Burke W, Jarvik GP. Fullerton SM, et al. Genet Med. 2012 Apr;14(4):424-31. doi: 10.1038/gim.2012.15. Epub 2012 Feb 23. Genet Med. 2012. PMID: 22361898 Free PMC article.
METHODS: The Electronic Medical Records and Genomics (eMERGE) Network, which includes five biorepositories conducting genome-wide association studies, convened a return of results oversight commit …
METHODS: The Electronic Medical Records and Genomics (eMERGE) Network, which includes five biorepo …
Selection, optimization and validation of ten chronic disease polygenic risk scores for clinical implementation in diverse US populations.
Lennon NJ, Kottyan LC, Kachulis C, Abul-Husn NS, Arias J, Belbin G, Below JE, Berndt SI, Chung WK, Cimino JJ, Clayton EW, Connolly JJ, Crosslin DR, Dikilitas O, Velez Edwards DR, Feng Q, Fisher M, Freimuth RR, Ge T; GIANT Consortium; All of Us Research Program; Glessner JT, Gordon AS, Patterson C, Hakonarson H, Harden M, Harr M, Hirschhorn JN, Hoggart C, Hsu L, Irvin MR, Jarvik GP, Karlson EW, Khan A, Khera A, Kiryluk K, Kullo I, Larkin K, Limdi N, Linder JE, Loos RJF, Luo Y, Malolepsza E, Manolio TA, Martin LJ, McCarthy L, McNally EM, Meigs JB, Mersha TB, Mosley JD, Musick A, Namjou B, Pai N, Pesce LL, Peters U, Peterson JF, Prows CA, Puckelwartz MJ, Rehm HL, Roden DM, Rosenthal EA, Rowley R, Sawicki KT, Schaid DJ, Smit RAJ, Smith JL, Smoller JW, Thomas M, Tiwari H, Toledo DM, Vaitinadin NS, Veenstra D, Walunas TL, Wang Z, Wei WQ, Weng C, Wiesner GL, Yin X, Kenny EE. Lennon NJ, et al. Nat Med. 2024 Feb;30(2):480-487. doi: 10.1038/s41591-024-02796-z. Epub 2024 Feb 19. Nat Med. 2024. PMID: 38374346 Free PMC article.
Polygenic risk scores (PRSs) have improved in predictive performance, but several challenges remain to be addressed before PRSs can be implemented in the clinic, including reduced predictive performance of PRSs in diverse populations, and the interpretation and communication of g …
Polygenic risk scores (PRSs) have improved in predictive performance, but several challenges remain to be addressed before PRSs can be imple …