Steven R. Brant

Department of Medicine Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School 
"Steven Brant"
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Khrom M, Long M, Dube S, et al. (2024) Comprehensive association analyses of extraintestinal manifestations in inflammatory bowel disease. Gastroenterology
Astore C, Sharma S, Nagpal S, et al. (2023) The role of admixture in the rare variant contribution to inflammatory bowel disease. Genome Medicine. 15: 97
Wu Y, Gettler K, Kars ME, et al. (2023) Identifying high-impact variants and genes in exomes of Ashkenazi Jewish inflammatory bowel disease patients. Nature Communications. 14: 2256
Akhlaghpour M, Haritunians T, More SK, et al. (2023) Genetic coding variant in complement factor B (CFB) is associated with increased risk for perianal Crohn's disease and leads to impaired CFB cleavage and phagocytosis. Gut
Truta B, Begum F, Datta LW, et al. (2022) Inflammatory Bowel Diseases Before and After 1990. Gastro Hep Advances. 2: 22-32
Cordero RY, Cordero JB, Stiemke AB, et al. (2022) Trans-ancestry, Bayesian Meta-analysis Discovers 20 Novel Risk Loci for Inflammatory Bowel Disease in an African American, East Asian, and European Cohort. Human Molecular Genetics
Sazonovs A, Stevens CR, Venkataraman GR, et al. (2022) Large-scale sequencing identifies multiple genes and rare variants associated with Crohn's disease susceptibility. Nature Genetics
Boucher G, Paradis A, Chabot-Roy G, et al. (2021) Serum Analyte Profiles Associated With Crohn's Disease and Disease Location. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
Somineni HK, Nagpal S, Venkateswaran S, et al. (2021) Whole-genome sequencing of African Americans implicates differential genetic architecture in inflammatory bowel disease. American Journal of Human Genetics
Degenhardt F, Mayr G, Wendorff M, et al. (2021) Trans-ethnic analysis of the human leukocyte antigen region for ulcerative colitis reveals shared but also ethnicity-specific disease associations. Human Molecular Genetics
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