Articles by Jon Waters in JoVE
一种实用的新的方法来提取基因组DNA保存血浆蛋白从血液采集套件 Jon Waters1, Vishal Dhere1, Adam Benjamin1, Arvind Sekar1, Archana Kumar1, Sampath Prahalad2, David T. Okou1, Subra Kugathasan1 1Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, Department of Pediatrics, Emory University School of Medicine and Children's Health Care of Atlanta, 2Division of Rheumatology, Department of Pediatrics, Emory University School of Medicine and Children's Health Care of Atlanta 我们所描述的从全血收集的血浆/血清中分离基因组DNA的新方法。血浆采集后，压实血通常是被丢弃。我们的新方法较现有方法相比，一个显着的改善，使得DNA，不要求额外的血液和血浆可以从一个单一的集合。
Other articles by Jon Waters on PubMed
Common NOD2 Risk Variants in African Americans with Crohn's Disease Are Due Exclusively to Recent Caucasian Admixture Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. Dec, 2012 | Pubmed ID: 22447396 Crohn's disease (CD) is highly heritable. NOD2 has emerged as the main susceptibility gene among individuals of European ancestry; however, NOD2 does not appear to contribute to CD susceptibility among many non-European populations. Today's African American (AA) population represents an admixture of West African (80%) and European (20%) ancestry. Since genotype-based tools are becoming increasingly available for CD, it is important that we validate the risk variants in different populations, such as admixed AAs.