Genome-wide association meta-analyses to identify common genetic variants associated with hallux valgus in Caucasian and African Americans

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Hsu, Y-H. ; Liu, Y. ; Hannan, M. T. ; Maixner, W. ; Smith, S. B. ; Diatchenko, L. ; Golightly, Y. M. ; Menz, H. B. ; Kraus, V. B. ; Doherty, M. ; Wilson, A. G. ; Jordan, J. M. (2015)
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Objective Hallux valgus (HV) affects ∼36% of Caucasian adults. Although considered highly heritable, the underlying genetic determinants are unclear. We conducted the first genome-wide association study (GWAS) aimed to identify genetic variants associated with HV.\ud \u... View more
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