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Detailed stratified GWAS analysis for severe COVID-19 in four European populations

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Title:Detailed stratified GWAS analysis for severe COVID-19 in four European populations
Creators Name:Degenhardt, F. and Ellinghaus, D. and Juzenas, S. and Lerga-Jaso, J. and Wendorff, M. and Maya-Miles, D. and Uellendahl-Werth, F. and ElAbd, H. and Rühlemann, M.C. and Arora, J. and Özer, O. and Lenning, O.B. and Myhre, R. and Vadla, M.S. and Wacker, E.M. and Wienbrandt, L. and Ortiz, A.B. and de Salazar, A. and Chercoles, A.G. and Palom, A. and Ruiz, A. and Garcia-Fernandez, A.E. and Blanco-Grau, A. and Mantovani, A. and Zanella, A. and Holten, A.R. and Mayer, A. and Bandera, A. and Cherubini, A. and Protti, A. and Aghemo, A. and Gerussi, A. and Ramirez, A. and Braun, A. and Nebel, A. and Barreira, A. and Lleo, A. and Teles, A. and Kildal, A.B. and Biondi, A. and Caballero-Garralda, A. and Ganna, A. and Gori, A. and Glück, A. and Lind, A. and Tanck, A. and Hinney, A. and Nolla, A.C. and Fracanzani, A.L. and Peschuck, A. and Cavallero, A. and Dyrhol-Riise, A.M. and Ruello, A. and Julià, A. and Muscatello, A. and Pesenti, A. and Voza, A. and Rando-Segura, A. and Solier, A. and Schmidt, A. and Cortes, B. and Mateos, B. and Nafria-Jimenez, B. and Schaefer, B. and Jensen, B. and Bellinghausen, C. and Maj, C. and Ferrando, C. and Horra, C. and Quereda, C. and Skurk, C. and Thibeault, C. and Scollo, C. and Herr, C. and Spinner, C.D. and Gassner, C. and Lange, C. and Hu, C. and Paccapelo, C. and Lehmann, C. and Angelini, C. and Cappadona, C. and Azuure, C. and Bianco, C. and Cea, C. and Sancho, C. and Hoff, D.A.L. and Galimberti, D. and Prati, D. and Haschka, D. and Jiménez, D. and Pestaña, D. and Toapanta, D. and Muñiz-Diaz, E. and Azzolini, E. and Sandoval, E. and Binatti, E. and Scarpini, E. and Helbig, E.T. and Casalone, E. and Urrechaga, E. and Paraboschi, E.M. and Pontali, E. and Reverter, E. and Calderón, E.J. and Navas, E. and Solligård, E. and Contro, E. and Arana-Arri, E. and Aziz, F. and Garcia, F. and Sánchez, F.G. and Ceriotti, F. and Martinelli-Boneschi, F. and Peyvandi, F. and Kurth, F. and Blasi, F. and Malvestiti, F. and Medrano, F.J. and Mesonero, F. and Rodriguez-Frias, F. and Hanses, F. and Müller, F. and Hemmrich-Stanisak, G. and Bellani, G. and Grasselli, G. and Pezzoli, G. and Costantino, G. and Albano, G. and Cardamone, G. and Bellelli, G. and Citerio, G. and Foti, G. and Lamorte, G. and Matullo, G. and Baselli, G. and Kurihara, H. and Neb, H. and My, I. and Kurth, I. and Hernández, I. and Pink, I. and Rojas, I. and Galván-Femenia, I. and Holter, J.C. and Afset, J.E. and Heyckendorf, J. and Kässens, J. and Damås, J.K. and Rybniker, J. and Altmüller, J. and Ampuero, J. and Martín, J. and Erdmann, J. and Banales, J.M. and Badia, J.R. and Dopazo, J. and Schneider, J. and Bergan, J. and Barretina, J. and Walter, J. and Quero, J.H. and Goikoetxea, J. and Delgado, J. and Guerrero, J.M. and Fazaal, J. and Kraft, J. and Schröder, J. and Risnes, K. and Banasik, K. and Müller, K.E. and Gaede, K.I. and Garcia-Etxebarria, K. and Tonby, K. and Heggelund, L. and Izquierdo-Sanchez, L. and Bettini, L.Rachele and Sumoy, L. and Sander, L.E. and Lippert, L.J. and Terranova, L. and Nkambule, L. and Knopp, L. and Gustad, L.T. and Garbarino, L. and Santoro, L. and Téllez, L. and Roade, L. and Ostadreza, M. and Intxausti, M. and Kogevinas, M. and Riveiro-Barciela, M. and Berger, M.M. and Schaefer, M. and Niemi, M.E.K. and Gutiérrez-Stampa, M.A. and Carrabba, M. and Figuera Basso, M.E. and Valsecchi, M.G. and Hernandez-Tejero, M. and Vehreschild, M.J.G.T and Manunta, M. and Acosta-Herrera, M. and D'Angiò, M. and Baldini, M. and Cazzaniga, M. and Grimsrud, M.M. and Cornberg, M. and Nöthen, M.M. and Marquié, M. and Castoldi, M. and Cordioli, M. and Cecconi, M. and D'Amato, M. and Augustin, M. and Tomasi, M. and Boada, M. and Dreher, M. and Seilmaier, M.J. and Joannidis, M. and Wittig, M. and Mazzocco, M. and Ciccarelli, M. and Rodríguez-Gandía, M. and Bocciolone, M. and Miozzo, M. and Ayo, N.I. and Blay, N. and Chueca, N. and Montano, N. and Braun, N. and Ludwig, N. and Marx, N. and Martínez, N. and Cornely, O.A. and Witzke, O. and Palmieri, O. and Faverio, P. and Preatoni, P. and Bonfanti, P. and Omodei, P. and Tentorio, P. and Castro, P. and Rodrigues, P.M. and España, P.P. and Hoffmann, P. and Rosenstiel, P. and Schommers, P. and Suwalski, P. and Pablo, R. and Ferrer, R. and Bals, R. and Gualtierotti, R. and Gallego-Durán, R. and Nieto, R. and Carpani, R. and Morilla, R. and Badalamenti, S. and Haider, S. and Ciesek, S. and May, S. and Bombace, S. and Marsal, S. and Pigazzini, S. and Klein, S. and Pelusi, S. and Wilfling, S. and Bosari, S. and Volland, S. and Brunak, S. and Raychaudhuri, S. and Schreiber, S. and Heilmann-Heimbach, S. and Aliberti, S. and Ripke, S. and Dudman, S. and Wesse, T. and Zheng, T. and Bahmer, T. and Eggermann, T. and Illig, T. and Brenner, T. and Pumarola, T. and Feldt, T. and Folseraas, T. and Cejudo, T.G. and Landmesser, U. and Protzer, U. and Hehr, U. and Rimoldi, V. and Monzani, V. and Skogen, V. and Keitel, V. and Kopfnagel, V. and Friaza, V. and Andrade, V. and Moreno, V. and Albrecht, W. and Peter, W. and Poller, W. and Farre, X. and Yi, X. and Wang, X. and Khodamoradi, Y. and Karadeniz, Z. and Latiano, A. and Goerg, S. and Bacher, P. and Koehler, P. and Tran, F. and Zoller, H. and Schulte, E.C. and Heidecker, B. and Ludwig, K.U. and Fernández, J. and Romero-Gómez, M. and Albillos, A. and Invernizzi, P. and Buti, M. and Duga, S. and Bujanda, L. and Hov, J.R. and Lenz, T.L. and Asselta, R. and Cid, R. and Valenti, L. and Karlsen, T.H. and Cáceres, M. and Franke, A.
Abstract:Given the highly variable clinical phenotype of Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), a deeper analysis of the host genetic contribution to severe COVID-19 is important to improve our understanding of underlying disease mechanisms. Here, we describe an extended GWAS meta-analysis of a well-characterized cohort of 3255 COVID-19 patients with respiratory failure and 12 488 population controls from Italy, Spain, Norway and Germany/Austria, including stratified analyses based on age, sex and disease severity, as well as targeted analyses of chromosome Y haplotypes, the human leukocyte antigen (HLA) region and the SARS-CoV-2 peptidome. By inversion imputation, we traced a reported association at 17q21.31 to a ~ 0.9-Mb inversion polymorphism that creates two highly differentiated haplotypes and characterized the potential effects of the inversion in detail. Our data, together with the 5th release of summary statistics from the COVID-19 Host Genetics Initiative including non-Caucasian individuals, also identified a new locus at 19q13.33, including NAPSA, a gene which is expressed primarily in alveolar cells responsible for gas exchange in the lung.
Source:Human Molecular Genetics
Publisher:Oxford University Press
Date:15 July 2022
Official Publication:https://doi.org/10.1093/hmg/ddac158
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