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| Genotype of the LMNA 1908C>T variant is associated with generalized obesity in Asian Indians in North India.
Clinical endocrinology 2011 Nov 75 (5): 642-9.
Sharma Mukti, Misra Anoop, Vikram Naval, Suryaprakash Bhatt, Chhabra Shivani, Garg Neha, Pandey Ravindra Mohan, Upadhyay Ashish Datt, Luthra Kalpa
| The role of genetic variation in the lamin a/c gene in the etiology of polycystic ovary syndrome.
The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism 2009 Jul 94 (7): 2665-9.
Urbanek Margrit, Nampiaparampil Geetha, D'Souza Janine, Sefton Elizabeth, Ackerman Christine, Legro Richard S, Dunaif Andr
| Common variation in LMNA increases susceptibility to type 2 diabetes and associates with elevated fasting glycemia and estimates of body fat and height in the general population: studies of 7,495 Danish whites.
Diabetes 2007 Mar 56 (3): 694-8.
Wegner Lise, Andersen Gitte, Sparsø Thomas, Grarup Niels, Glümer Charlotte, Borch-Johnsen Knut, Jørgensen Torben, Hansen Torben, Pedersen Ol
| Association of LMNA 1908C/T polymorphism with cerebral vascular disease and diabetic nephropathy in Japanese men with type 2 diabetes.
Clinical endocrinology 2005 Sep 63 (3): 317-22.
Liang H, Murase Y, Katuta Y, Asano A, Kobayashi J, Mabuchi H
| The Val81 missense mutation of the melanocortin 3 receptor gene, but not the 1908c/T nucleotide polymorphism in lamin A/C gene, is associated with hyperleptinemia and hyperinsulinemia in obese Greek caucasians.
Journal of endocrinological investigation 2004 Sep 27 (8): 714-20.
Yiannakouris N, Melistas L, Kontogianni M, Heist K, Mantzoros C
| Analysis of the lamin A/C gene as a candidate for type II diabetes susceptibility in Pima Indians.
Diabetologia 2001 Jun 44 (6): 779-82.
Wolford J K, Hanson R L, Bogardus C, Prochazka