Acute Mountain Sickness
Last Posted: Apr 13, 2018
- Association of EGLN1 genetic polymorphisms with SpO 2 responses to acute hypobaric hypoxia in a Japanese cohort.
Yasukochi Yoshiki, et al. Journal of physiological anthropology 2018 4 (1) 9
- Sequencing the exons of human glucocorticoid receptor (NR3C1) gene in Han Chinese with high-altitude pulmonary edema.
Du Hui, et al. Journal of physiological anthropology 2018 3 (1) 7
- Analysis of High-altitude Syndrome and the Underlying Gene Polymorphisms Associated with Acute Mountain Sickness after a Rapid Ascent to High-altitude.
Yu Jie, et al. Scientific reports 2016 12 38323
- Evidence for and Against Genetic Predispositions to Acute and Chronic Altitude Illnesses.
MacInnis Martin J, et al. High altitude medicine & biology 2016 8
- A Preliminary Genome-Wide Association Study of Acute Mountain Sickness Susceptibility in a Group of Nepalese Pilgrims Ascending to 4380?m.
MacInnis Martin J, et al. High altitude medicine & biology 2015 11
- Genetic variants of endothelial PAS domain protein 1 are associated with susceptibility to acute mountain sickness in individuals unaccustomed to high altitude: A nested case-control study.
Guo L I, et al. Experimental and therapeutic medicine 2015 9 (3) 907-914
- Variants of the low oxygen sensors EGLN1 and HIF-1AN associated with acute mountain sickness.
Zhang Enhao, et al. International journal of molecular sciences 2014 0 (12) 21777-87
- Associations between vascular endothelial growth factor gene polymorphisms and susceptibility to acute mountain sickness.
Ding H, et al. The Journal of international medical research 2012 0 (6) 2135-44
- The association of Angiotensin-converting enzyme gene insertion/deletion polymorphisms with acute mountain sickness susceptibility: a meta-analysis.
Luo Y, et al. High altitude medicine & biology 2012 12 (4) 4
- EPAS1 and EGLN1 associations with high altitude sickness in Han and Tibetan Chinese at the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau.
Buroker Norman E, et al. Blood cells, molecules & diseases 2012 8 (2) 67-73
- MtDNA haplogroups M7 and B in southwestern Han Chinese at risk for acute mountain sickness.
Li Fu-Xiang, et al. Mitochondrion 2011 7 (4) 553-8
- Polymorphisms of hypoxia-related genes in subjects susceptible to acute mountain sickness.
Ding Hui, et al. Respiration; international review of thoracic diseases 2011 0 (3) 236-41
- The lack of associations between alleles at the hypoxia-inducible factor 1A C1772T loci and responses to acute hypoxia.
Hennis Philip J, et al. Wilderness & environmental medicine 2010 9 (3) 219-28
- No association between alleles of the bradykinin receptor-B2 gene and acute mountain sickness.
Wang Pei, et al. Experimental biology and medicine (Maywood, N.J.) 2010 6 (6) 737-40
- A variant of the endothelial nitric oxide synthase gene (NOS3) associated with AMS susceptibility is less common in the Quechua, a high altitude Native population.
Wang P, et al. High altitude medicine & biology 2010 4 (1) 1
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