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  • Influence of ROBO1 and RORA on risk of age-related macular degeneration reveals genetically distinct phenotypes in disease pathophysiology 

    Jun, G.; Nicolaou, M.; Morrison, M. A.; Buros, J.; Morgan, D. J.; Radeke, M. J.; Yonekawa, Y.; Tsironi, E. E.; Kotoula, M. G.; Zacharaki, F.; Mollema, N.; Yuan, Y.; Miller, J. W.; Haider, N. B.; Hageman, G. S.; Kim, I. K.; Schaumberg, D. A.; Farrer, L. A.; DeAngelis, M. M. (2011)
    ROBO1 is a strong candidate gene for age-related macular degeneration (AMD) based upon its location under a linkage peak on chromosome 3p12, its expression pattern, and its purported function in a pathway that includes ...
  • Systems biology-based analysis implicates a novel role for vitamin D metabolism in the pathogenesis of age-related macular degeneration 

    Morrison, M. A.; Silveira, A. C.; Huynh, N.; Jun, G.; Smith, S. E.; Zacharaki, F.; Sato, H.; Loomis, S.; Andreoli, M. T.; Adams, S. M.; Radeke, M. J.; Jelcick, A. S.; Yuan, Y.; Tsiloulis, A. N.; Chatzoulis, D. Z.; Silvestri, G.; Kotoula, M. G.; Tsironi, E. E.; Hollis, B. W.; Chen, R.; Haider, N. B.; Miller, J. W.; Farrer, L. A.; Hageman, G. S.; Kim, I. K.; Schaumberg, D. A.; DeAngelis, M. M. (2011)
    Vitamin D has been shown to have anti-angiogenic properties and to play a protective role in several types of cancer, including breast, prostate and cutaneous melanoma. Similarly, vitamin D levels have been shown to be ...