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The table below displays the names of genes that have evidence of association with Lupus.By association we mean that one of the alleles of a genetic marker in the vacinity of the gene has been shown to be statistically
associated with Lupus. By "statistically associated" we mean that there is published evidence at the genome-wide level of significance (p< 5E-08).

Genes are sorted by Chromosome.
Click on a gene to download a pdf of the paper with details of the association.

IKBKE
FCGR
PTPRC
CFH
NCF2 LBH PCNXL3
LYST IKZF2 BACH2 ATG16L2-FCHSD2-P2RY2
IL12RB2 SPRED2 LPP-TPRG1-AS1 ATXN1 RNASEH2C SH2B3
IL10 TET3 IL12A TERT UHRF1BP1 GTF2I DHCR7 NADSYN1 DRAM1 ZFP90
TNFSF4 IFIH1 CD80 AFF1 TCF7 SKP1 PRDM1-ATG5 IKZF1 CD44 CDKN1B CIITA-SOCS1
SMG7 - NCF2 RASGRP3 TMEM39A MLF1IP miRNA-146a TNFAIP3 JAZF1 LYN ATG16L2-FCHSD2-P2RY2 ARID5B ETS1 TAOK3 RASGRP1 IRF8 PLD2 SIGLEC6 SYNGR1 CXorf21
PTPN22 STAT4 PXK BANK1 TNIP1 HLA IRF5 BLK JAK2 WDFY4 IRF7 SLC15A4 ELF1 RAD51B CSK-ULK3-MPI ITGAM IKZF3 CD226 TYK2 UBE2L3 IRAK1-MECP2
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Chromosome
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