Large scale epidemiological and computational analysis of Biobank genetics and phenotypic data demonstrates that heritable variants in key cancer genes can associate with both differential cancer risk and anthropometric traits in the general population, thereby lending support for a genetic basis for linking these human phenotypes.

Heritable genetic variants in key cancer genes link cancer risk with anthropometric traits

Buffa, Francesca M.
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2021-01-01

Abstract

Large scale epidemiological and computational analysis of Biobank genetics and phenotypic data demonstrates that heritable variants in key cancer genes can associate with both differential cancer risk and anthropometric traits in the general population, thereby lending support for a genetic basis for linking these human phenotypes.
2020
Di Giovannantonio, Matteo; Harris, Benjamin H. L.; Zhang, Ping; Kitchen-Smith, Isaac; Xiong, Lingyun; Sahgal, Natasha; Stracquadanio, Giovanni; Wallace, Marsha; Blagden, Sarah; Lord, Simon; Harris, David; Harris, Adrian H. L.; Buffa, Francesca M.; Bond, Gareth L.
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