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Figure 2. Association of SNPs on chromosome 15q25.1 with lung cancer, with and without adjustment for pack-years smoked. From: Association study of nicotinic acetylcholine receptor genes identifies a novel lung cancer susceptibility locus near CHRNA1 in African-Americans.

The horizontal line indicates the study-wide Bonferroni-corrected significance threshold (1.49 × 10−4). Black squares depict association of SNPs with lung cancer, adjusted for: sex, age, and % African ancestry, and combined across sites with fixed-effects meta-analysis. Open circles depict association of SNPs with lung cancer, adjusted for: sex, age, % African ancestry, and number of pack-years smoked and combined across sites with fixed-effects meta-analysis.

Kyle M. Walsh, et al. Oncotarget. 2012 November;3(11):1428-1438.
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Figure 1. Association of 16 genotyped and 305 imputed SNPs on chromosome 2q31.1 with lung cancer in African-Americans. From: Association study of nicotinic acetylcholine receptor genes identifies a novel lung cancer susceptibility locus near CHRNA1 in African-Americans.

The horizontal line indicates the study-wide Bonferroni-corrected significance threshold (1.49 × 10−4). Black diamonds denote SNPs which were directly genotyped on array. Gray circles denote imputed SNPs. Associations are adjusted for: sex, age, and % African ancestry, and combined across sites with fixed-effects meta-analysis.

Kyle M. Walsh, et al. Oncotarget. 2012 November;3(11):1428-1438.

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