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Association between RNF41 gene c.-206 T > A genetic polymorphism and risk of congenital heart diseases in the Chinese Mongolian population

Y. Zhang, Jin, S. Q., Li, W. X., Gao, G. Q., Zhang, K., Huang, J. L., Zhang, Y., Jin, S. Q., Li, W. X., Gao, G. Q., Zhang, K., and Huang, J. L., Association between RNF41 gene c.-206 T > A genetic polymorphism and risk of congenital heart diseases in the Chinese Mongolian population, vol. 15, p. -, 2016.

This study aimed to explore the association between ring finger protein 41 (RNF41) c.-206 T > A variant and susceptibility to congenital heart disease (CHD) in the Chinese Mongolian population. The association between RNF41 gene c.-206 T > A polymorphism and CHD was examined in two independent case-control studies consisting of 219 CHD patients and 208 healthy controls. Genotype was determined by direct sequencing of PCR products.

Association of variants in renal salt reabsorption-related gene SLC12A3 with essential hypertension in a Mongolian population

J. Q. Liang, Xi, Y. G., An, C. Y., and Su, X. L., Association of variants in renal salt reabsorption-related gene SLC12A3 with essential hypertension in a Mongolian population, vol. 14, pp. 10026-10036, 2015.

Mounting evidence has implicated the SLC12A3 gene in essential hypertension. Here, we examined the potential associations of common variants of the SLC12A3 gene with blood pressure traits in Mongolians in China. Genomic DNA was extracted from 508 unrelated Mongolian patients with essential hypertension and 246 normotensive Mongolian subjects for genotyping. The genotype distributions of all selected polymorphisms were consistent with Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium.

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