Association of YWHAE gene polymorphism with suicidal behavior

Association of YWHAE gene polymorphism with suicidal behavior The importance of YWHAE gene polymorphisms (rs1532976, rs3752826, and rs9393) in the development of suicidal behavior has been studied in ethnic groups of Russians and Tatars from the Republic of Bashkortostan. It was revealed that the carriers of the YWHAE*C allele of rs3752826 polymorphism of the YWHAE gene have increased the risk of suicidal behavior (OR = 1.91), regardless of their ethnicity. In addition, the YWHAE*T allele of rs9393 polymorphism (OR = 2.21), YWHAE*T/*T genotype (OR = 2.73), and YWHAE*T allele (OR = 1.52) of the rs1532976 polymorphism, as well as the YWHAE*A*T haplotype of rs1532976 and rs9393 polymorphisms (OR = 1.54) represent genetic markers of the risk of suicidal behavior in the sample of subjects of Russian ethnicity. Russian Journal of Genetics Springer Journals

Association of YWHAE gene polymorphism with suicidal behavior

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Biomedicine; Human Genetics; Animal Genetics and Genomics; Microbial Genetics and Genomics
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