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T Genome-wide association study for
arteriosclerosis obliterans in a Japanese population.
Ozaki, T. Morizono, Y. Onouchi, A. Takahashi, T. Tsunoda,
M. Kubo, Y. Nakamura, T. Tanaka.
F Common autosomal variants are associated
with bicuspid aortic valve in Turner syndrome.
S. K. Prakash, M. Silberbach, S. Hooker, D. C. Guo,
C. Maslen, C. A. Bondy, D. M. Milewicz, GenTAC
W Exome-wide coding variation and myocardial
H. Zhang, O. L. Holmen, E. Schmidt, M.
Lochen, C. Platou, E. B. Mathiesen, L. Vatten, T.
Wilsgaard, F. Skorpen, M. Boehnke, G. R. Abecasis, I.
Njolstad, K. Hveem, C. J. Willer.
T Using common genetic variants to predict
C. M. van Duijn, S. M. Willems, E. J. F.
Sijbrands, A. Dehghan, A. Hofman, B. A. Oostra, O. H.
Franco, A. Isaacs.
F Genome-wide association study of laboratory
markers in Kawasaki disease.
J. Kim, J. Lee, Korean
Kawasaki Disease Genetics Consortium.
W Novel association of endothelial function with
a variant in
A. S. Fisch, P. Donnelly, M. Drolet,
S. Newcomer, A. Parihar, K. A. Ryan, W. Herzog, A. R.
Shuldiner, J. P. Lewis.
T Novel susceptibility loci for resting heart rate:
Common genetic variant in
is a replicable
and genome-wide significant in Ko ean and Mongolian
B. Gombojav, D. H. Lee, M. K. Lee, M. Kho,
Y. J. Yang, E. Purevdorj, Y. M. Song, K. Lee, J. I. Kim, J.
Sung, J. S. Seo.
F PMA (phorbol 12-myristate 13-acetate)
regulates in vitro alternative splicing of
gene, involved in atherogenesis and tumorigenesis.
E. Morini, J. R. Tejedor, B. Rizzacasa, M. C. Bellocchi,
F. Ferrè, A. Botta, D. Caporossi, J. Valcárcel, G. Novelli,
F. Amati.
W Identification of a p edictive/prognostic genetic
signature in Chagas cardiomyopathy: A systems
biology approach on the site of action.
C. Chevillard, L.
Ferreira, S. Canbantous, A. F. Frade, P. C. Teixeira, B. M.
Ianni, C. W. Pissetti, B. Saba, L. H. T. Wang, A. Kuramoto,
L. G. Nogueira, P. Buck, F. Dias, M. Baron, S. Alves, E.
C. Mairena, A. Schmidt, E. Donadi, J. A. Marin-Neto,
M. Hirata, M. Sampaio, A. Fragata, E. A. Bocchi, A. N.
Stolf, A. I. Fiorelli, R. H. B. Santos, V. Rodrigues, Jr., A. C.
Pereira, J. Kalil, E. Cunha-Neto.
T Identification of susceptibility modules for
coronary artery disease using a genome-wide
integrated network analysis.
C. Dong, X. Luo, S. Duan.
F Systematic phenotype prediction in zebrafish
identifies novel, disease- elevant cardiovascular
gene functions.
G. Musso, M. Tasan, C. Mosimann, J. E.
Beaver, E. Plovie, L. A. Carr, H. N. Chua, J. Dunham, K.
Zuberi, Q. Morris, L. Zon, F. P. Roth, C. A. MacRae.
W An eQTL mapping strategy identifies the
gene as a risk factor for elevated systolic
blood pressure the Norfolk Island genetic isolate.
R. Griffiths, M. Benton, R. A. Lea, D. Mccartney-Coxson,
M. Carless, H. Goring, C. Bellis, M. Hanna, D. Eccles, G.
Chambers, J. Curran, J. Blangero.
T Known SNPs in
the 9p21 region,
interact with type 2 diabetes
status to modify the risk of coronary artery disease
in large populations.
N. R. van Zuydam, B. Voight, C.
Ladenvall, R. Strawbridge, S. Willems, E. van Iperen, J.
Hartiala, E. Vlachopoulou, E. Mihailov, L. Kwee, C. Nelson,
M. Kleber, L. Qu, A. Goel, J. Kumar, S. Kanoni, N. W.
Rayner, SUMMIT and CARDIoGRAMplusC4D.
F Association of metabochip variants to systolic
blood pressure in African Americans from a biorepository
linked to de-identified electronic medical records.
L. Wiley,
R. Goodloe, E. Farber-Eger, J. Boston, D. Crawford, W. Bush.
W Genome-wide association study of leukocyte
telomere length identifies casein kinase 2
to be associated with shorter telomere length and
increased cardiovascular disease risk in diabetes.
Natt, R. Saxena, P. Dib, S. Ralhan, G. Wander, D. Stowell,
M. Payton, D. Sanghera.
T A Rho-GTPase pathway related gene is
associated with chronic kidney disease via an
interaction with coronary artery disease.
E. Hauser, C.
Ward-Caviness, M. Winn, C. Blach, C. Haynes, E. Dowdy,
S. Gregory, S. Shah, W. Kraus.
F Identifying interactions among social,
psychosocial, and genetic factors that influence
blood pressure in three multi-ethnic epidemiological
cohorts: The Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis,
the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study, and
the Health and Retirement Study.
J. A. Smith, W. Zhao,
B. Needham, J. D. Faul, T. E. Seeman, E. Boerwinkle, A.
Chakravarti, D. R. Weir, S. L. R. Kardia, A. V. Diez Roux.
W The Kaiser Permanente/UCSF Genetic
Epidemiology Research Study on Adult Health and
Aging: Heritability of serum lipids.
T. J. Hoffmann, M. N.
Kvale, Y. Banda, E. Jorgenson, S. E. Hesselson, L. Walter,
S. Sciortino, D. K. Ranatunga, D. Ludwig, C. Iribarren, P.
Kwok, C. Schaefer, N. Risch.
T A family-based linkage and association studies
reveal new variants near
for blood
H. Kim, S. Im, S. Lee, S. Cho, J. Sung, K. Kim,
J. Seo.
F Higher degree of African ancestry in transfused
African American sickle cell patients is associated with
red cell alloimmunization.
R. A. Kittles, R. Machado, N.
A. Ellis, K. Batai, J. N. Garcia, S. A. Campbell-Lee.
W Identifying population specific dyslipidemia
variants using cross-population GWAS.
A. Ko, D.
Weissglas-Volkov, R. M. Cantor, E. Nikkola, K. A. Deere,
J. S. Sinsheimer, B. Pasaniuc, R. Brown, V. Salomaa, J.
Kaprio, A. Loukola, A. Jula, M. Jauhiainen, M. Heliövaara,
O. Raitakari, T. Lehtimäki, J. G. Eriksson, M. Perola, L.
Riba, T. Tusie-Luna, C. A. Aguilar-Salinas, P. Pajukanta.