||Association analysis:allele P-value = 0.037, OR=1.28, genotype P-value = 0.108, OR=1.41
||Significant associations were found in SZ patients.
|Muller, D. J.,2011
||Meta analysis:Fixed-effects model:ORA = 1.03, 95% CI: 1.00-1.07, p = 0.07;Random-effects model: ORA = 1.05, 95% CI:0.97-1.13, p = 0.22.But in the East Asian subgroup (p = 0.02).
||Significant association was observed in the East Asian subgroup.
|Shi, J., 2008 (a)
||OR (95% CI)=0.95 (0.86-1.04), Z test P-value = 0.25 for all samples; OR (95% CI)=0.88 (0.76-1.01), Z test P-value = 0.07 for Asian; OR (95% CI)=0.98 (0.88-1.10), Z test P-value = 0.77 for European.
||No association was detected with schizophrenia in allelic association studies.
|Tan, J., 2014
||A vs. G: OR=0.99, 95% CI= 0.94â€“1.05, P-value= 0.829; AA+AG vs. GG: OR=0.99, 95% CI= 0.91â€“1.08, P-value= 0.825; AA vs. AG+GG: OR= 1.01, 95% CI = 0.98â€“1.17, P-value= 0.806; AA vs. AG: OR = 1.01, 95% CI = 0.94â€“1.08, p = 0.764; AG vs. GG: OR = 0.99, 95% CI = 0.94â€“1.06, P-value= 0.872; AA vs. GG: OR>= 0.98, 95% CI= 0.87â€“1.11, P-value= 0.768.
||The pooled ORs failed to indicate thatM15 was significantly associated with an increased risk of SCZ in six models
|Williams, N. M., 2006
||allelic P-value = 0.27 in Schizophrenia
||We found no evidence for allelic or genotypic association with any of the polymorphisms studied for schizophrenia. We observed nominally significant evidence (P=.01-.047) for allelic association with 3 of the polymorphisms for bipolar disorder and significant evidence for whole-gene association (P=.04).
|Bass, N. J.,2009
||chi-squared tests:for SCZ, allele, X2(1 d.f.)=0.521, P-value = 0.47
||No significant association was observed.
|Detera-Wadleigh, S. D., 2006
||Fisher P-value = 0 for all, P-value = 0.0006 for SCZ Only
||When results are combined across studies and phenotypes, this marker showed significant combined p value. Combined results in schizophrenia are significant for several markers and are highly significant (p<0.001) for three markers spanning more than 82 kb.