Meta-analysis of genome-wide association studies identifies common variants in CTNNA2 associated with Excitement-Seeking

A. Terracciano, T. Esko, A.R. Sutin, M.H.M. de Moor, O. Meirelles, G. Zhu, T. Tanaka, I. Giegling, T. Nutile, A. Realo, J. Allik, N.K. Hansell, M.J. Wright, G.W. Montgomery, G. Willemsen, J.J. Hottenga, M. Friedl, D. Ruggiero, R. Sorice, S. SannaB. Deiana, F. Cucca, R.F. Krueger, A. Lahti, M. Luciano, J.W. Smoller, C.M. van Duijn, G.R. Abecasis, D.I. Boomsma, M. Ciullo, P.T. Costa, L. Ferrucci, N.G. Martin, A. Metspalu, D. Rujescu, D. Schlessinger, M. Uda

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