A Frameshift in CSF2RB Predominant Among Ashkenazi Jews Increases Risk for Crohn's Disease and Reduces Monocyte Signaling via GM-CSF

Ling Shiang Chuang, Nicole Villaverde, Ken Y. Hui, Arthur Mortha, Adeeb Rahman, Adam P. Levine, Talin Haritunians, Sok Meng Evelyn Ng, Wei Zhang, Nai Yun Hsu, Jody Ann Facey, Tramy Luong, Heriberto Fernandez-Hernandez, Dalin Li, Manuel Rivas, Elena R. Schiff, Alexander Gusev, L. Phillip Schumm, Beatrice M. Bowen, Yashoda SharmaKaida Ning, Romain Remark, Sacha Gnjatic, Peter Legnani, James George, Bruce E. Sands, Joanne M. Stempak, Lisa W. Datta, Seth Lipka, Seymour Katz, Adam S. Cheifetz, Nir Barzilai, Nikolas Pontikos, Clara Abraham, Marla J. Dubinsky, Stephan Targan, Kent Taylor, Jerome I. Rotter, Ellen J. Scherl, Robert J. Desnick, Maria T. Abreu, Hongyu Zhao, Gil Atzmon, Itsik Pe'er, Subra Kugathasan, Hakon Hakonarson, Jacob L. McCauley, Todd Lencz, Ariel Darvasi, Vincent Plagnol, Mark S. Silverberg, Aleixo M. Muise, Steven R. Brant, Mark J. Daly, Anthony W. Segal, Richard H. Duerr, Miriam Merad, Dermot P.B. McGovern, Inga Peter, Judy H. Cho

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