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Human SNP Links Differential Outcomes in Inflammatory and Infectious Disease to a FOXO3-Regulated Pathway

James C Lee, Marion Espeli, Carl A Anderson, Michelle A Linterman, Joanna M Pocock, Naomi J Williams, Rebecca Roberts, Sebastien Viatte, Bo Fu, Norbert Peshu, Tinh Hien Tran, Hoan Phu Nguyen, Emma Wesley, Cathryn Edwards, Tariq Ahmad, John C Mansfield, Richard Gearry, Sarah Dunstan, Thomas N Williams, Anne Barton Show all

CELL | CELL PRESS | Published : 2013

University of Melbourne Researchers


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Funding Acknowledgements

We gratefully thank the following: Cambridge BioResource (CBR) volunteers, the CBR staff for coordinating volunteer recruitment, and the CBR SAB for support; Emma Whitelaw (QIMR) for providing Foxo3a<SUP>MommeR1</SUP> mice; Prof Adam Young (PI-NOAR) and Prof Deborah Symons (PI-ERAS) for collaboration; Alex W. Macharia, Sophie Uyoga, Carolyne Ndila, Emily Nyatichi, Metrine Tendwa, Johnstone Mkale, Adan Mohamed, Prophet Ingosi, and Mary Njoroge for DNA extraction at the KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Programme; and Gideon Nyutu, Kenneth Magua, and Ruth Mwarabu for database support. This work is published with permission from the director of KEMRI, supported by NIHR Biomedical Research centers in Cambridge and Manchester, and funded by the Wellcome Trust (program grant 083650/Z/07/Z, grants to J.C.L. 087007/Z/08/Z, C.A.A. 098051 and T.N.W. 091758/Z/10/Z), Arthritis Research UK and the Swiss Foundation for Medical Science (grant to S.V. PASMP3_134380). The Cambridge Institute for Medical Research is in receipt of Wellcome Trust Strategic Award (079895).