Study Suggests Both Common SNPs and Rare CNVs May Contribute to Anorexia Risk

By genotyping more than 1,000 individuals with anorexia nervosa and almost 4,000 unaffected controls, researchers have identified common SNPs and rare CNVs that appear to be linked to the condition.

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