PATJ Low Frequency Variants Are Associated with Worse Ischemic Stroke Functional Outcome: A Genome-Wide Meta-Analysis

Marina Mola-Caminal, Caty Carrera, Carolina Soriano-Tárraga, Eva Giralt-Steinhauer, Rosa M. Díaz-Navarro, Sílvia Tur, Carmen Jiménez, Aina Medina-Dols, Natàlia Cullell, Nuria P. Torres-Aguila, Elena Muiño, Ana Rodríguez-Campello, Angel Ois, Elisa Cuadrado-Godia, Rosa M. Vivanco-Hidalgo, Mar Hernandez-Guillamon, Montse Solé, Pilar Delgado, Alejandro Bustamante, Teresa García-BerrocosoMaite Mendióroz, Mar Castellanos, Joaquín Serena, Joan Martí-Fàbregas, Tomás Segura, Gemma Serrano-Heras, Victor Obach, Marc Ribó, Carlos A. Molina, José Alvarez-Sabín, Ernest Palomeras, Mar Freijo, Maria A. Font, Jonathan Rosand, Natalia S. Rost, Cristina Gallego-Fabrega, Jin Moo Lee, Laura Heitsch, Laura Ibanez, Carlos Cruchaga, Chia Ling Phuah, Robin Lemmens, Vincent Thijs, Arne Lindgren, Jane Maguire, Kristiina Rannikmae, Catherine L. Sudlow, Christina Jern, Tara M. Stanne, Erik Lorentzen, Lucía Muñoz-Narbona, Antonio Dávalos, Elena López-Cancio, Bradford B. Worrall, Daniel Woo, Steven J. Kittner, Braxton D. Mitchell, Joan Montaner, Jaume Roquer, Jurek Krupinski, Xavier Estivill, Raquel Rabionet, Cristòfol Vives-Bauzá, Israel Fernández-Cadenas, Jordi Jimenez-Conde

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