The IBD International Genetics Consortium provides further evidence for linkage to IBD4 and shows gene-environment interaction

Marie Pierik, Huiying Yang, Michael M. Barmada, Juleen A. Cavanaugh, Vito Annese, Steven R. Brant, Judy H. Cho, Richard H. Duerr, Jean Pierre Hugot, Dermot P. McGovern, Paulina Paavola-Sakki, Graham L. Radford-Smith, P. Pavli, Mark S. Silverberg, Stephan Schreiber, Kent D. Taylor, Robert Vlietinck, H. Rodgers, N. Risch, R. EriT. Florin, E. Fowler, M. Daly, J. Rioux, H. Steinhart, P. Rutgeerts, S. Vermeire, S. Lesage, H. Zouali, T. Helio, K. Kontula, P. Paavola-Sakki, U. Turunen, P. J P Croucher, J. Hampe, S. Nikolaus, A. Latiano, G. Lombardi, F. Castiglione, D. Jewell, N. Lench, D. McGovern, D. Van Heel, J. E. Bailey-Wilson, A. S. Karban, C. I M Panhuysen, T. Moran, D. L. Nicolae, E. Swanson, Y. C. Lin, J. I. Rotter, J. P. Ackhar, M. M. Barmada, R. H. Duerr, L. Zhang

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