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Lipid metabolism genes and predisposition to ischemic heart disease

[Review]
Mikhail Churilin; Stanislav Kononov; Galina Mal; Alexey Polonikov; Victor Lazarenko;

This review deals with the analysis of foreign and domestic literature of recent years on the search for genes involved in the regulation of lipid metabolism and responsible for the development of coronary atherosclerosis.

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Keywords: GWAS, genome-wide associative study, lipid metabolism, coronary artery disease


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