Table 6

Genotype and allele frequencies from previous case–control studies of Japanese populations investigating the association betweenUCHL1 S18Y polymorphism and Parkinson’s disease*
Zhang et al. [[6]] Momose et al. [[7]] Mizuta et al. [[9]] Snapinn et al. [[25]]
Cases Controls Cases Controls Cases Controls Cases Controls
Genotype N = 160 N = 160 N = 230 N = 248 N = 613 N = 736 N = 605 N = 1620
CC 52 (32.5) 35 (21.9) 71 (30.9) 61 (24.6) 149 (24.3) 199 (27.0) 150 (24.8) 412 (25.4)
CA 77 (48.1) 86 (53.8) 119 (51.7) 122 (49.2) 340 (55.5) 366 (49.7) 313 (51.7) 805 (49.7)
AA 31 (19.4) 39 (24.4) 40 (17.4) 65 (26.2) 124 (20.2) 171 (23.2) 142 (23.5) 403 (24.9)
Allele N = 320 N = 320 N = 460 N = 496 N = 1226 N = 1472 N = 1210 N = 3240
C 181 (56.6) 156 (48.8) 261 (56.7) 244 (49.2) 638 (52.0) 764 (51.9) 613 (50.7) 1629 (50.3)
A 139 (43.4) 164 (51.3) 199 (43.3) 252 (50.8) 588 (48.0) 708 (48.1) 597 (49.3) 1611 (49.7)

* n (%).

Data were based on a meta-analysis by Ragland et al. [5]; excluded cases included in genotype counts in the Momose et al. study [7].

Miyake et al.

Miyake et al. BMC Neurology 2012 12:62   doi:10.1186/1471-2377-12-62

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