Genetic contributions to quantitative lipoprotein traits associated with coronary artery disease: analysis of a large pedigree from the Bogalusa Heart Study.

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A pedigree of a large family with high prevalence of heart disease is subjected to association and sib-pair linkage analysis to investigate the role of 5 candidate genes in the regulation of lipoprotein metabolism and the development of coronary artery disease. At the 5% nominal significance level, the apolipoprotein B locus (APOB) was found to be linked to… (More)

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