Mutations in RECQL are not associated with breast cancer risk in an Australian population
Na Li, Simone M Rowley, David L Goode, Kaushalya C Amarasinghe, Simone McInerny, Lisa Devereux, Michelle W Wong-Brown, Richard Lupat, Jue Er Amanda Lee, Siobhan Hughes, Ella R Thompson, Magnus Zethoven, Jason Li, Alison H Trainer, Kylie L Gorringe, Rodney J Scott, Paul A James, Ian G Campbell
Nature Genetics | NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2018
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We thank H. Saunders and R. Huynh for processing DNA samples; M. Doyle for helping with bioinformatics analysis; and the Exome Aggregation Consortium and the groups that provided exome variant data for comparison (http://exac.broadinstitute.org/about). The study was funded by the National Breast Cancer Foundation (IF-15-004, I.G.C. and P.A.J.), Cancer Australia (PdCCRS_1107870, I.G.C. and P.A.J.), the Victorian Cancer Agency (Tumor Stream Grant, P.A.J.) and the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia (GNT1023698, P.A.J.; GNT1041975, I.G.C.).