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Genes Contributing to Pain Sensitivity in the Normal Population: An Exome Sequencing Study

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SNVs identified in gene GZMM.

Schematic showing number of subjects in TUK1 (top row) and TUK2 (bottom row) having nonsynonymous SNVs within the GZMM gene, with novel variants in black and those described in dbSNP in green. Subject counts in blue are for pain insensitive subjects and in red, pain sensitive. Squares represent homozygous and ovals heterozygous mutations. Exons are shown as dark cylinders, UTRs pale grey rectangles and introns dotted line.

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