Familial Atrial Fibrillation
Last Posted: Mar 05, 2020
- The Genetic Puzzle of Familial Atrial Fibrillation.
Ragab Ahmed A Y et al. Frontiers in cardiovascular medicine 2020 714
- A frameshift deletion in the sarcomere gene MYL4 causes early-onset familial atrial fibrillation.
Gudbjartsson Daniel F, et al. European heart journal 2017 0 (1) 27-34
- A novel PITX2c loss-of-function mutation associated with familial atrial fibrillation.
Wang Jun, et al. European journal of medical genetics 2014 1 (1) 25-31
- Examining rare and low-frequency genetic variants previously associated with lone or familial forms of atrial fibrillation in an electronic medical record system: a cautionary note.
Weeke Peter, et al. Circulation. Cardiovascular genetics 2015 2 (1) 58-63
- NKX2-6 mutation predisposes to familial atrial fibrillation.
Wang Jun, et al. International journal of molecular medicine 2014 12 (6) 1581-90
- Polymorphisms but not mutations of the KCNQ1 gene are associated with lone atrial fibrillation in the Chinese Han population.
Chu Hui-min, et al. TheScientificWorldJournal 2013 0 373454
- [KCNQ1 mutation in patients with lone atrial fibrillation].
Feng Ming-jun, et al. Zhonghua xin xue guan bing za zhi 2013 1 (1) 8-12
- A novel NKX2.5 loss-of-function mutation responsible for familial atrial fibrillation.
Huang Ri-Tai, et al. International journal of molecular medicine 2013 5 (5) 1119-26
- Novel GATA5 loss-of-function mutations underlie familial atrial fibrillation.
Gu JY, et al. Clinics (São Paulo, Brazil) 2012 12 (12) 12
- Relationship between -344T/C polymorphism in the aldosterone synthase gene and atrial fibrillation in patients with essential hypertension.
Sun Xiaojian, et al. Journal of the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system : JRAAS 2011 12 (4) 557-63
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