Mi Yeong Hwang

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Genome-wide association studies have identified many genetic loci associated with blood pressure (BP). Genetic effects on BP can be altered by environmental exposures via multiple biological pathways. Especially, obesity is one of important environmental risk factors that can have considerable effect on BP and it may interact with genetic factors. Given(More)
SUMMARY Despite a growing interest in a correlation between copy number variations (CNVs) and flanking single nucleotide polymorphisms, few databases provide such information. In particular, most information on CNV available so far was obtained in Caucasian and Yoruba populations, and little is known about CNV in Asian populations. This article presents a(More)
BACKGROUND The genetic contribution to complex diseases or traits, including cardio-metabolic traits, has been elucidated recently by large-scale genome-wide association studies. These genome-wide association studies have indicated that most pleiotropic loci contain genes associated with lipids. Clinically, lipid related abnormalities are strongly(More)
Hematological traits are important health indicators and are used as diagnostic clinical parameters for human disorders. Recently, genome-wide association studies (GWAS) identified many genetic loci associated with hematological traits in diverse ethnic groups. However, additional GWAS are necessary to elucidate the breadth of genetic variation and the(More)
BACKGROUND OA is a complex disease caused by environmental and genetic risk factors. The purpose of this study is to identify candidate copy number variations (CNVs) associated with OA. METHODS We performed a genome-wide association study of CNV to identify potential loci that confer susceptibility to or protection from OA. CNV genotyping was conducted(More)
A 4 bp deletion in GNAS has known to be the causal mutation for pseudohypoparathyroidism. In this study, we performed sanger sequencing on exons of GNAS and identified the 4 bp causal deletion in Korean family with pseudohypoparathyroidism. Despite the finding of the deletion, underlying genetics of short stature in the family is unclear since paternal(More)
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