BDgene

Overview of Genome-wide Linkage Studies in BDgene

Search by: Study Type = genome-wide linkage

Total result: 51

Reference Study Design Study Type Ethnicity Age Group Sample Size No. of Reported Regions
Del Zompo, M.,2010 affected sib pairs Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian Adults The sib-pair collection consisted of 88 nuclear families with a total of 381 individuals(210 affected individuals) 34
Kremeyer,B.,2010 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Adults Fifteen extended pedigrees comprised 90 cases of BPI, 22 cases of major depression, and 1 case each of schizophrenia and BPII 5
Lopez de Lara, C.,2010 family-based Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian Adults 36 families (275 genotyped individuals, 132 affected) 5
McAuley, E. Z.,2009 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study 35-pedigree cohort 9
Evans, L. M.,2008 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study 28 BP families with 158 individuals 1
Fullerton, J. M.,2008 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study 15 bipolar affective disorder pedigrees comprising 63 affected and 158 nonaffected individuals 31
Venken, T.,2008 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian Adults 176 individuals from the 10 families 13
Cassidy, F.,2007 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian 60 independent broadly defined ASPs (32 narrow) and a maximum of 98 broadly defined sib pairs (all possible, 38 narrow). 22
Jones, I.,2007 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian 36 pedigrees contributed 54 affected sibling pairs 23
Nwulia, E. A.,2007 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study 74 pedigrees that had BD II exclusively with 146 all possible relative-pairs 11
Zandi, P. P.,2007 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study 428 subjects in 98 BP families 10
Service, S.,2006 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Pedigree CR201 with 168 members 24
Etain, B.,2006 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian 87 sib-pairs from 70 nuclear families ascertained through an early-onset BPAD type I proband. 19
Marcheco-Teruel, B.,2006 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian a six generation pedigree with 28 affected members 29
Ewald, H.,2005 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian 24 persons with bipolar disorder from 22 inbred families. 3
Maziade, M.,2005 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Adults 21 multigenerational families of Eastern Quebec affected by SZ, BP or both(N=480 family members). 10
Schumacher, J.,2005 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian 52 families (448 genotyped individuals) for genomewide scan;108 families (728 genotyped individuals) for fine-mapping linkage analysis 5
Fallin, M. D.,2004 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian Adults 41 pedigrees with a proband affected with bipolar I disorder (BPI) and at least one other member affected with BPI or bipolar II disorder (BPII) 9
Middleton, F. A.,2004 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study 12 families 9
Pato, C. N.,2004 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study 16 families with bipolar disorder containing 102 members 9
Ekholm, J. M.,2003 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian 41 families with at least two affected siblings 9
Liu, J.,2003 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian Adults 373 individuals in 40 pedigrees 18
McInnis, M. G.,2003(b) pedigree Genome-wide linkage study 573 interviewed and genotyped subjects ascertained through 65 BPI probands. 15
Curtis, D.,2003 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian Seven pedigrees containing multiple cases of bipolar and unipolar affective disorder 19
Badenhop, R. F.,2002 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian 13 pedigree cohort consisted of 231 individuals, including 69 affected members 11
Bailer, U.,2002 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian Adults five schizophrenia families and three bipolar disorder families 17
Bennett, P.,2002 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian 509 subjects from 151 nuclear families 19
Ekholm, J. M.,2002 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian Adults a total of 154 affected individuals in 41 Finnish bipolar families 1
Ewald, H.,2002 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian Two families identified through bipolar probands 6
Ophoff, R. A.,2002 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study 266 genotyped individuals (109 probands and 157 parents). 34
Badenhop, R. F., 2001 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian 40 individuals, including six affecteds 5
Cichon, S.,2001(b) pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian 75 families with 444 individuals 7
Maziade, M.,2001 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Adults 480 individuals from 21 multigenerational pedigrees 3
Friddle, C.,2000 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian 50 families containing 470 individuals, among whom there were 108 BPI phenotypes,75 BPII phenotypes, and 53 RUP phenotypes 3
Murphy, V. E.,2000 affected sib pairs Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian 48 families with bipolar disorder, comprising a total of 82 affected sib-pairs. 56
Palo, O. M.,2010 family-based Genome-wide linkage study and candidate-gene association study Caucasian 23 late settlement families, consisting of 147 individuals including 68 affected with broad mood disorder for the linkage scan;179 families that included the initial 23 late settlement families consisted of 723 individuals including 298 affected with broad mood disorder for further linkage and association analyses 7
Fullerton, J. M.,2010 pedigree and case-control Genome-wide linkage study and genetic interaction study 65 Australian extended pedigrees containing 643 genotyped individuals (of whom 40% were diagnosed with affective disorder);WTCCC and GAIN datasets: 2933 bipolar disorder (and related disorder) cases and 2534 control subjects. 7
Badner, J. A.,2012 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study 972 bipolar pedigrees including 2284 cases of BPI disorder, 498 individuals with bipolar II disorder (BPII) and 702 subjects with recurrent major depression 38
Goes, F. S.,2007 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study 3,643 subjects in 708 families 38
Kerner, B.,2007 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study 332 affected relative pairs in 138 families 5
Ross, J.,2008 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study 644 bipolar families containing 1565 individuals 13
McInnis, M. G.,2003(a) pedigree Genome-wide linkage study 153 pedigrees 11
Willour, V. L.,2003 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Fifty-six bipolar pedigrees with 354 genotyped subjects 3
Zandi, P. P.,2003 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study Fifty-six bipolar pedigrees with 354 genotyped subjects 2
Dick, D. M.,2002 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study 540 subjects from 97 families 2
Garner, C.,2001 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study a Complex Pedigree with Severe Bipolar Disorder 30
Kelsoe, J. R.,2001 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study 57 families including 345 subjects(169 with bipolar I disorder, 36 with bipolar II disorder, and 45 with recurrent major depression) 30
Foroud, T.,2000 pedigree Genome-wide linkage study 97 families including 232 subjects diagnosed with bipolar I (BPI), 32 with schizo-affective, bipolar type (SABP), 72 with bipolar II (BPII), and 88 with unipolar recurrent depression (UPR). 4
Fanous, A. H.,2012 pedigree Genome-wide Linkage Study 52 BD, 44 SZ, and 90 PSY total genotyped sibling pairs, respectively,from 47 families 13
Greenwood, T. A.,2012 pedigree Genome-wide Linkage Study 229 individuals from 34 families 18
Gonzalez, S., 2014 family-based Genome-wide linkage study Caucasian 3757 participants included 963 individuals with BP phenotype (704 relative pairs) from 686 families, 393 ethnically matched healthy Latino individuals 3