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Permanent URL to this publication: http://dx.doi.org/10.5167/uzh-31561

Arcos-Burgos, M; Jain, M; Acosta, M T; Shively, S; Stanescu, H; Wallis, D; Domené, S; Vélez, J I; Karkera, J D; Balog, J; Berg, K; Kleta, R; Gahl, W A; Roessler, E; Long, R; Lie, J; Pineda, D; Londoño, A C; Palacio, J D; Arbelaez, A; Lopera, F; Elia, J; Hakonarson, H; Johansson, S; Knappskog, P M; Haavik, J; Ribases, M; Cormand, B; Bayes, M; Casas, M; Ramos-Quiroga, J A; Hervas, A; Maher, B S; Faraone, S V; Seitz, C; Freitag, C M; Palmason, H; Meyer, J; Romanos, M; Walitza, S; Hemminger, U; Warnke, A; Romanos, J; Renner, T; Jacob, C; Lesch, K P; Swanson, J; Vortmeyer, A; Bailey-Wilson, J E; Castellanos, F X; Muenke, M (2010). A common variant of the latrophilin 3 gene, LPHN3, confers susceptibility to ADHD and predicts effectiveness of stimulant medication. Molecular Psychiatry, 15(11):1053-1066.

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Abstract

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) has a very high heritability (0.8), suggesting that about 80% of phenotypic variance is due to genetic factors. We used the integration of statistical and functional approaches to discover a novel gene that contributes to ADHD. For our statistical approach, we started with a linkage study based on large multigenerational families in a population isolate, followed by fine mapping of targeted regions using a family-based design. Family- and population-based association studies in five samples from disparate regions of the world were used for replication. Brain imaging studies were performed to evaluate gene function. The linkage study discovered a genome region harbored in the Latrophilin 3 gene (LPHN3). In the world-wide samples (total n=6360, with 2627 ADHD cases and 2531 controls) statistical association of LPHN3 and ADHD was confirmed. Functional studies revealed that LPHN3 variants are expressed in key brain regions related to attention and activity, affect metabolism in neural circuits implicated in ADHD, and are associated with response to stimulant medication. Linkage and replicated association of ADHD with a novel non-candidate gene (LPHN3) provide new insights into the genetics, neurobiology, and treatment of ADHD.

Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:04 Faculty of Medicine > Center for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
DDC:610 Medicine & health
Language:English
Date:2010
Deposited On:26 Feb 2010 16:26
Last Modified:19 Jul 2014 16:30
Publisher:Nature Publishing Group
ISSN:1359-4184
Publisher DOI:10.1038/mp.2010.6
PubMed ID:20157310
Citations:Web of Science®. Times Cited: 47
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