Integration of Mouse and Human Genome-Wide Association Data Identifies KCNIP4 as an Asthma Gene

Blanca E. Himes, Keith Sheppard, Annerose Berndt, Adriana S. Leme, Rachel A. Myers, Christopher R. Gignoux, Albert M. Levin, W. James Gauderman, James J. Yang, Rasika A. Mathias, Isabelle Romieu, Dara G. Torgerson, Lindsey A. Roth, Scott Huntsman, Celeste Eng, Barbara Klanderman, John Ziniti, Jody Senter-Sylvia, Stanley J. Szefler, Robert F. LemanskeRobert S. Zeiger, Robert C. Strunk, Fernando D. Martinez, Homer Boushey, Vernon M. Chinchilli, Elliot Israel, David Mauger, Gerard H. Koppelman, Dirkje S. Postma, Maartje A.E. Nieuwenhuis, Judith M. Vonk, John J. Lima, Charles G. Irvin, Stephen P. Peters, Michiaki Kubo, Mayumi Tamari, Yusuke Nakamura, Augusto A. Litonjua, Kelan G. Tantisira, Benjamin A. Raby, Eugene R. Bleecker, Deborah A. Meyers, Stephanie J. London, Kathleen C. Barnes, Frank D. Gilliland, L. Keoki Williams, Esteban G. Burchard, Dan L. Nicolae, Carole Ober, Dawn L. DeMeo, Edwin K. Silverman, Beverly Paigen, Gary Churchill, Steve D. Shapiro, Scott T. Weiss

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