Last Posted: Feb 02, 2019
- Current clinical use of polygenic scores will risk exacerbating health disparities
AR Martin et al, BioRXIV, February 1, 2019
- Progressing Polygenic Medicine in Psychiatry Through Electronic Health Records.
Lewis Cathryn M et al. JAMA psychiatry 2019 Jan
- Development and Standardization of an Improved Type 1 Diabetes Genetic Risk Score for Use in Newborn Screening and Incident Diagnosis.
Sharp Seth A et al. Diabetes care 2019 Jan
- Improved polygenic prediction by Bayesian multiple regression on summary statistics
LR Llyod-Jones et al, BIOXRIV, January 2019
- Genetic risk score (GRS) constructed from polymorphisms in the PON1, IL-6, ITGB3, and ALDH2 genes is associated with the risk of coronary artery disease in Pakistani subjects.
Shabana N A et al. Lipids in health and disease 2018 Sep 17(1) 224
- The illusion of polygenic risk prediction
N Wald et al, Genetics in Medicine, January 12, 2019
- Healthy Lifestyle Factors Associated With Lower Risk of Colorectal Cancer Irrespective of Genetic Risk.
Carr Prudence R et al. Gastroenterology 2018 155(6) 1805-1815.e5
- Hidden 'risk' in polygenic scores: clinical use today could exacerbate health disparities
AR Martin et al. BioRXIV, January 23, 019
- Color to Move Whole Genome Sequencing Into Clinical Care through 100,000-Person Initiative Focused on Polygenic Risk
prnewwire, January 7, 2019
- Interpreting polygenic scores, polygenic adaptation, and human phenotypic differences
NA Rosenberg et al, Evolution, Medicine and Public Health, December 2018