|(A;A)||2||1.7x increased risk for prostate cancer|
|(A;G)||2||1.7x increased risk for prostate cancer|
In a study of 1,563 patients of European ancestry, the odds ratio for prostate cancer associated with risk genotypes of locus 1 were reported as 1.70 (CI: 1.39-2.07). Two other regions of chromosome 8q24 were also studied.[PMID 17925536]
[PMID 19366831] Genotyping 13 SNPs (including this one) in 1,308 Caucasian prostate cancer patients led to the conclusion that while none of the SNP associations were as significant as having a first-degree family history of the disease, they did replicate. In fact, for rs4242382, the risk estimate varied by family history.
[PMID 19767755] A joint-odds analysis indicates that rs4242382(A;A) individuals have increased prostate cancer odds of 3.15x or 1.77x if they are also carrying 2 or 1 rs620861(C) alleles, respectively.
[PMID 20978189] A study of 776 prostate cancer cases and 1,444 controls concluded that pesticides, in particular the organophosphate insecticide fonofos, significantly increased disease risk to rs4242382 carriers. The per allele odd ratio for non-exposed SNP carriers of 1.17 (CI: 0.93-1.48) increased to an odds ratio of 1.30 (CI: 0.75-2.27) upon low exposure, and to 4.46 (CI: 2.17-9.17; P-interaction=0.002) upon high exposure. Similar increases were seen for three other organophosphate insecticides (coumaphos, terbufos, and phorate) and one pyrethroid insecticide (permethrin).
|Title||Multiple loci identified in a genome-wide association study of prostate cancer|
|Odds Ratio||1.66 [1.47-1.87]|
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