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Genetic variations of ISL1 associated with human congenital heart disease in Chinese Han people

Z. L. Luo, Sun, H., Yang, Z. Q., Ma, Y. H., Gu, Y., He, Y. Q., Wei, D., Xia, L. B., Yang, B. H., and Guo, T., Genetic variations of ISL1 associated with human congenital heart disease in Chinese Han people, vol. 13, pp. 1329-1338, 2014.

Congenital heart disease (CHD) is the most common birth abnormality, but the etiology of CHD is unknown. ISL1 may play a fundamental role in cardiac morphogenesis, and mutations of this gene could cause CHD. To evaluate whether genetic variations of ISL1 are associated with CHD in Chinese Han people, polymerase chain reaction restriction fragment-length polymorphism and SNaPshot were used to examine 9 polymorphisms of ISL1 in 233 patients with CHD as well as 288 healthy controls. We found that one SNP (rs1017) in ISL1 was significantly associated with simple CHD.

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