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The manuscript will online online ahead of print on Wednesday.

Genome Res doi: 10About Genome Research:Genome Research is an international, continuously publishes, peer-reviewed journal of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press published. Started in 1995, it is one of the five most cited primary journals in genetics and genomics.. Scientists at the Translational Genomics Research Institute and Howard University Hospital contributed to this study.

This work was supported by grants from the National Institutes of Health and the Department of Defense supportsAbout the article:.the manuscript will online online ahead of print on Wednesday, October 2007. Its full citation is as follows:Robbins, Bonilla Hernandez, Candreva, Ahaghotu, Kittles, and Carpten, Confirmation study of prostate cancer risk variants at 8q24 in African Americans identifies a novel risk locus.

In the study published today, the research groups of Dr. Dr. Rick Kittles of the University of Chicago and John Carpten of the Translational Genomics Research Institute lead further analyzed the 8q24 region of chromosome 8 by comparing the genotypes of 490 African American men diagnosed with prostate cancer and 567 control subjects. ‘This study took advantage of differences in genetic ancestry among African-American men to replicate and further localize a risk locus for prostate cancer,’says Kittles.. Recent studies investigating genetic variations with susceptibility to prostate cancer in a specific region of chromosome 8 as harboring potential markers placed for the disease.Have been used have been used, there are great doubts whether they will used in children let alone children do such a young age, which brains through critical phases of the developing.. While understanding the origin of the MDD is of great biological importance, parental of depressive preschool children are more interested viable treatment option are Tools as a brain scans during anti-depressants , with some success in the.