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| The CTGF gene -945 G/C polymorphism is associated with target lesion revascularization for in-stent restenosis.
Experimental and molecular pathology 2020 Dec 118 104598.
Bujak Kamil, Lejawa Mateusz, Gasior Mariusz, Osadnik Tadeu
| GWAS implicated risk variants in different genes contribute additively to increase the risk of coronary artery disease (CAD) in the Pakistani subjects.
Lipids in health and disease 2018 Apr 17 (1): 89.
Shahid Saleem Ullah, Shabana N A, Rehman Abdul, Humphries Ste
| Genetic risk analysis of coronary artery disease in Pakistani subjects using a genetic risk score of 21 variants.
Atherosclerosis 2017 Jan 258 1-7.
Shahid Saleem Ullah, Shabana , Cooper Jackie A, Beaney Katherine E, Li Kawah, Rehman Abdul, Humphries Steve
| Integrative functional genomics identifies regulatory mechanisms at coronary artery disease loci.
Nature communications 2016 7 12092.
Miller Clint L, Pjanic Milos, Wang Ting, Nguyen Trieu, Cohain Ariella, Lee Jonathan D, Perisic Ljubica, Hedin Ulf, Kundu Ramendra K, Majmudar Deshna, Kim Juyong B, Wang Oliver, Betsholtz Christer, Ruusalepp Arno, Franzén Oscar, Assimes Themistocles L, Montgomery Stephen B, Schadt Eric E, Björkegren Johan L M, Quertermous Thom
| Landscape of the relationship between type 2 diabetes and coronary heart disease through an integrated gene network analysis.
Gene 2014 Apr 539 (1): 30-6.
Dong Changzheng, Tang Linlin, Liu Zhifang, Bu Shizhong, Liu Qiong, Wang Qinwen, Mai Yifeng, Wang Dao Wen, Duan Shiw
| Association of TGFBR2 polymorphism with risk of sudden cardiac arrest in patients with coronary artery disease.
Heart rhythm : the official journal of the Heart Rhythm Society 2009 Dec 6 (12): 1745-50.
Tseng Zian H, Vittinghoff Eric, Musone Stacy L, Lin Feng, Whiteman Dean, Pawlikowska Ludmila, Kwok Pui-Yan, Olgin Jeffrey E, Aouizerat Bradley