Fine mapping of the SLEB2 locus involved in susceptibility to systemic lupus erythematosus.
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Lindqvist, A K
Bolstad, A I
Haga, H J
Terwilliger, J D
Gyllensten, U B
Alarcón-Riquelme, M E
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CitationGenomics. 2000, 70(3):307-14
AbstractWe have previously reported linkage of systemic lupus erythematosus to chromosome 2q37 in multicase families from Iceland and Sweden. This locus (SLEB2) was identified by linkage to the markers D2S125 and D2S140. In the present study we have analyzed additional microsatellite markers and SNPs covering a region of 30 cM around D2S125 in an extended set of Nordic families (Icelandic, Swedish, and Norwegian). Two-point linkage analysis in these families gave a maximum lod score at the position of markers D2S2585 and D2S2985 (Z = 4.51, PIC = 0.65), by applying a "model-free" pseudo-marker linkage analysis. Based on multipoint linkage analysis in the Nordic families, the most likely location of the SLEB2 locus is estimated to be in the interval between D2S125 and the position of markers D2S2585 and D2S2985, with a peak multipoint lod score of Z = 6.03, assuming a dominant pseudo-marker model. Linkage disequilibrium (LD) analysis was performed using the data from the multicase families and 89 single-case families of Swedish origin, using the same set of markers. The LD analysis showed evidence for association in the single-case and multicase families with locus GAAT3C11 (P < 0.0003), and weak evidence for association was obtained for several markers located telomeric to D2S125 in the multicase families. Thirteen Mexican families were analyzed separately and found not to have linkage to this region. Our results support the presence of the SLEB2 locus at 2q37.
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