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Association of the adiponectin rs266729 C>G variant and coronary heart disease in the low risk ‘Golden Years’ type 1 diabetes cohort / Sarah Prior; Danielle Jones; Geoffrey V. Gill; Steve C. Bain; Jeffrey Stephens

Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, Volume: 91, Issue: 3, Pages: e71 - e74

Swansea University Authors: Sarah, Prior, Danielle, Jones, Jeffrey, Stephens

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The C-allele of rs266729 is associated with CHD, while the G-allele of rs17300539 is associated with metabolic traits. We examined these in type 1 diabetes. For rs266729, the C-allele was associated with 8-fold increase in CHD. For rs17300539, the G-allele was associated with increases in triglyceri...

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ISSN: 01688227
Published: 2011
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title Association of the adiponectin rs266729 C>G variant and coronary heart disease in the low risk ‘Golden Years’ type 1 diabetes cohort
spellingShingle Association of the adiponectin rs266729 C>G variant and coronary heart disease in the low risk ‘Golden Years’ type 1 diabetes cohort
Sarah, Prior
Danielle, Jones
Jeffrey, Stephens
title_short Association of the adiponectin rs266729 C>G variant and coronary heart disease in the low risk ‘Golden Years’ type 1 diabetes cohort
title_full Association of the adiponectin rs266729 C>G variant and coronary heart disease in the low risk ‘Golden Years’ type 1 diabetes cohort
title_fullStr Association of the adiponectin rs266729 C>G variant and coronary heart disease in the low risk ‘Golden Years’ type 1 diabetes cohort
title_full_unstemmed Association of the adiponectin rs266729 C>G variant and coronary heart disease in the low risk ‘Golden Years’ type 1 diabetes cohort
title_sort Association of the adiponectin rs266729 C>G variant and coronary heart disease in the low risk ‘Golden Years’ type 1 diabetes cohort
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description The C-allele of rs266729 is associated with CHD, while the G-allele of rs17300539 is associated with metabolic traits. We examined these in type 1 diabetes. For rs266729, the C-allele was associated with 8-fold increase in CHD. For rs17300539, the G-allele was associated with increases in triglycerides and waist circumference.
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