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LTA4H

33 disease terms (MeSH) has been reported with LTA4H gene.

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Disease Term (MeSH)
Total Publication
Meta-analysis Publications
    Asthma Phenopedia 8 1
    Myocardial Infarction Phenopedia 4 0
    Stroke Phenopedia 4 1
    Tuberculosis Phenopedia 3 0
    Tuberculosis, Meningeal Phenopedia 3 0
    Atherosclerosis Phenopedia 3 0
    Brain Ischemia Phenopedia 3 1
    Coronary Artery Disease Phenopedia 3 0
    Inflammation Phenopedia 3 0
    HIV Infections Phenopedia 2 0
    Cardiovascular Diseases Phenopedia 2 0
    Carotid Artery Diseases Phenopedia 2 0
    Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2 Phenopedia 2 0
    Tuberculosis, Pulmonary Phenopedia 2 0
    Tuberculosis, Osteoarticular Phenopedia 1 0
    Tuberculosis, Lymph Node Phenopedia 1 0
    Neoplasms, Unknown Primary Phenopedia 1 0
    Prostatic Neoplasms Phenopedia 1 0
    Pulmonary Disease, Chronic Obstructive Phenopedia 1 0
    Renal Insufficiency, Chronic Phenopedia 1 0
    Disease Models, Animal Phenopedia 1 0
    Disease Progression Phenopedia 1 0
    Diseases in Twins Phenopedia 1 0
    Edema Phenopedia 1 0
    Fish Diseases Phenopedia 1 0
    Hyperlipidemias Phenopedia 1 0
    Hypersensitivity Phenopedia 1 0
    Hypertension Phenopedia 1 0
    Hypertrophy Phenopedia 1 0
    Leprosy Phenopedia 1 0
    Metabolic Syndrome X Phenopedia 1 0
    Depressive Disorder Phenopedia 1 0
    Diabetes Mellitus Phenopedia 1 0
Note: The number of publications displayed in this table will differ from the number displayed in the HuGE Literature Finder as the number in Genopedia reflects only the indexed disease term without children terms, but the number in the HuGE Literature Finder reflects all text searches of the disease term including the indexed term and corresponding children terms.
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