A common variant near TGFBR3 is associated with primary open angle glaucoma

Z. Li, R.R. Allingham, M. Nakano, L. Jia, Y. Chen, Y. Ikeda, B. Mani, L.J. Chen, C. Kee, D.F. Garway-Heath, S. Sripriya, N. Fuse, K.K. Abu-Amero, C. Huang, P. Namburi, K. Burdon, S.A. Perera, P. Gharahkhani, Y. Lin, M. UenoM. Ozaki, T. Mizoguchi, S.R. Krishnadas, E.A. Osman, M.C. Lee, A.S.Y. Chan, L.S.A. Tajudin, T. Do, A. Goncalves, P. Reynier, H. Zhang, R. Bourne, D. Goh, D. Broadway, R. Husain, A.K. Negi, D.H. Su, C.L. Ho, A.A. Blanco, C.K.S. Leung, T.T. Wong, A. Yakub, Y. Liu, M.E. Nongpiur, J.C. Han, D.N. Hon, B. Shantha, B. Zhao, J. Sang, N. Zhang, R. Sato, K. Yoshii, S. Panda-Jonas, A.E. Ashley Koch, L.W. Herndon, S.E. Moroi, P. Challa, J.N. Foo, J.X. Bei, Y.X. Zeng, C.P. Simmons, T.N. Bich Chau, P.F. Sharmila, M. Chew, B. Lim, P.O.S. Tam, E. Chua, X.Y. Ng, V.H.K. Yong, Y.F. Chong, W.Y. Meah, S. Vijayan, S. Seongsoo, W. Xu, Y.Y. Teo, J.N. Cooke Bailey, J.H. Kang, J.L. Haines, C.Y. Cheng, S.M. Saw, E.S. Tai, J.E. Richards, R. Ritch, D.E. Gaasterland, L.R. Pasquale, J. Liu, J.B. Jonas, D. Milea, R. George, S.A. Al-Obeidan, K. Mori, S. Macgregor, A.W. Hewitt, C.A. Girkin, M. Zhang, P. Sundaresan, L. Vijaya, David Mackey, T.Y. Wong, J.E. Craig, X. Sun, S. Kinoshita, J.L. Wiggs, C.C. Khor, Z. Yang, C.P. Pang, N. Wang, M.A. Hauser, K. Tashiro, T. Aung, E.N. Vithana

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Abstract

© The Author 2015. Published by Oxford University Press. All rights reserved. Primary open angle glaucoma (POAG), a major cause of blindness worldwide, is a complex disease with a significant genetic contribution. We performed Exome Array (Illumina) analysis on 3504 POAG cases and 9746 controls with replication of the most significant findings in 9173 POAG cases and 26 780 controls across 18 collections of Asian, African and European descent. Apart from confirming strong evidence of association at CDKN2B-AS1 (rs2157719 [G], odds ratio [OR] = 0.71, P = 2.81 × 10-33), we observed one SNP showing significant association to POAG (CDC7-TGFBR3 rs1192415, ORG-allele = 1.13, Pmeta = 1.60 × 10-8). This particular SNP has previously been shown to be strongly associated with optic disc area and vertical cup-to-disc ratio, which are regarded as glaucoma-related quantitative traits. Our study now extends this by directly implicating it in POAG disease pathogenesis.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3880-3892
Number of pages13
JournalHuman Molecular Genetics
Volume24
Issue number13
Early online date10 Apr 2015
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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    Li, Z., Allingham, R. R., Nakano, M., Jia, L., Chen, Y., Ikeda, Y., Mani, B., Chen, L. J., Kee, C., Garway-Heath, D. F., Sripriya, S., Fuse, N., Abu-Amero, K. K., Huang, C., Namburi, P., Burdon, K., Perera, S. A., Gharahkhani, P., Lin, Y., ... Vithana, E. N. (2015). A common variant near TGFBR3 is associated with primary open angle glaucoma. Human Molecular Genetics, 24(13), 3880-3892. https://doi.org/10.1093/hmg/ddv128