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gbb12053-sup-0001-TableS1.xlsExcel spreadsheet77KTable S1: GWA results for the 100 most significant associations for measures of reading and spelling, word reading and non-word repetition.
gbb12053-sup-0002-TableS2.docWord document50KTable S2: Top 10 most significant genes for reading and language traits as evaluated by VEGAS. Significant genes appear in bold and genes associated with multiple traits are superscripted.
gbb12053-sup-0003-TableS3.xlsExcel spreadsheet558KTable S3: Nominally significant (P < 0.05) results for gene-based tests of association with reading and spelling, word reading and non-word repetition.
gbb12053-sup-0004-FigureS1.pptPowerPoint presentation130KFigure S1: Q–Q plots of the GWAS association meta-analysis results for reading and spelling, word reading and non-word repetition.
gbb12053-sup-0005-FigureS2.pptPowerPoint presentation171KFigure S2: Manhattan plots depicting the GWAS association meta-analysis results for reading and spelling, word reading and non-word repetition.
gbb12053-sup-0006-FigureS3.pptPowerPoint presentation189KFigure S3: Annotation for NWR association in region surrounding rs2192161. Linkage disequilibrium is represented by r2. No non-synonymous coding SNPs can be observed.
gbb12053-sup-0007-FigureS4.pptPowerPoint presentation189KFigure S4: Annotation for the reading and spelling association in the region surrounding rs4807927. Linkage disequilibrium is represented by r2. Non-synonymous (image) and coding (image) SNPs can be observed.

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