A large genome-wide association study of age-related macular degeneration highlights contributions of rare and common variants

L.G. Fritsche, W. Igl, J.N.C. Bailey, F. Grassmann, S. Sengupta, J.L. Bragg-Gresham, K.P. Burdon, S.J. Hebbring, C. Wen, M. Gorski, I.K. Kim, D. Cho, D. Zack, E. Souied, H.P.N. Scholl, E. Bala, K. Elee, D.J. Hunter, R.J. Sardell, P. MitchellJ.E. Merriam, V. Cipriani, J.D. Hoffman, T. Schick, Y.T.E. Lechanteur, R.H. Guymer, M.P. Johnson, Y. Jiang, C.M. Stanton, G.H.S. Buitendijk, X. Zhan, A.M. Kwong, A. Boleda, M. Brooks, L. Gieser, R. Ratnapriya, K.E. Branham, J.R. Foerster, J.R. Heckenlively, M.I. Othman, B.J. Vote, H.H. Liang, E. Souzeau, Ian Mcallister, Timothy Isaacs, J. Hall, S. Lake, David Mackey, Ian Constable, J.E. Craig, T.E. Kitchner, Z. Yang, Z. Su, H. Luo, D. Chen, H. Ouyang, K. Flagg, D. Lin, G. Mao, H. Ferreyra, K. Stark, C.N. Von Strachwitz, A. Wolf, C. Brandl, G. Rudolph, M. Olden, M.A. Morrison, D.J. Morgan, M. Schu, J. Ahn, G. Silvestri, E. Etsironi, K.H. Park, L.A. Farrer, A. Orlin, A. Brucker

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