Evidence for linkage of the apolipoprotein A-II locus to plasma apolipoprotein A-II and free fatty acid levels in mice and humans.

@article{Warden1993EvidenceFL,
  title={Evidence for linkage of the apolipoprotein A-II locus to plasma apolipoprotein A-II and free fatty acid levels in mice and humans.},
  author={Craig H Warden and Aaron Daluiski and Xiangdong Bu and DEBORAH A. PURCELL-HUYNH and Carloe de Meester and B H Shieh and Donald L. Puppione and Robert M Gray and Gerald Mark Reaven and Y D Chen},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={1993},
  volume={90 22},
  pages={10886-90}
}
Although it has been hypothesized that the synteny between mouse and human genes provides an approach to the localization of genes that determine quantitative traits in humans, this has yet to be demonstrated. We tested this approach with two quantitative traits, plasma apolipoprotein A-II (apoAII) and free fatty acid (FFA) levels. ApoAII is the second most… CONTINUE READING