Genome-wide association study identifies inversion in the CTRB1-CTRB2 locus to modify risk for alcoholic and non-alcoholic chronic pancreatitis

J Rosendahl, H Kirsten, E Hegyi, P Kovacs, FU Weiss, H Laumen, P Lichtner, C Ruffert, JM Chen, E Masson, S Beer, C Zimmer, K Seltsam, H Algül, F Bühler, MJ Bruno, P Bugert, R Burkhardt, GM Cavestro, H Cichoz-LachA Farré, J Frank, G Gambaro, S Gimpfl, H Grallert, H Griesmann, R Grützmann, C Hellerbrand, P Hegyi, M Hollenbach, S Iordache, G Jurkowska, V Keim, F Kiefer, S Krug, O Landt, M Di Leo, MM Lerch, P Lévy, M Löffler, M Löhr, M Ludwig, M Macek, N Malats, E Malecka-Panas, G Malerba, K Mann, J Mayerle, S Mohr, RHM Te Morsche, M Motyka, S Mueller, T Müller, MM Nöthen, S Pedrazzoli, SP Pereira, A Peters, R Pfützer, FX Real, V Rebours, M Ridinger, M Rietschel, E Rösmann, A Saftoiu, A Schneider, HU Schulz, N Soranzo, M Soyka, P Simon, J Skipworth, F Stickel, K Strauch, M Stumvoll, PA Testoni, A Tönjes, L Werner, J Werner, N Wodarz, M Ziegler, A Masamune, J Mössner, C Férec, P Michl, JPH Drenth, H Witt, M Scholz, M Sahin-Tóth, on behalf of all members of the PanEuropean Working group on ACP

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