Variantes genotípicas del SNP -19 del gen de la CAPN 10 y su relación con la diabetes mellitus tipo 2 en una población de Ciudad Juárez, México

  title={Variantes genot{\'i}picas del SNP -19 del gen de la CAPN 10 y su relaci{\'o}n con la diabetes mellitus tipo 2 en una poblaci{\'o}n de Ciudad Ju{\'a}rez, M{\'e}xico},
  author={Yolanda Loya M{\'e}ndez and Gilberto Reyes Leal and Adriana Mar{\'i}a S{\'a}nchez Gonz{\'a}lez and Ver{\'o}nica Portillo Reyes and David Reyes Ruvalcaba and Guillermo Boj{\'o}rquez Rangel},
  journal={Nutricion Hospitalaria},
Introduction: Diabetes Mellitus (DM) type 2 is a common pathology with multifactorial etiology, which exact genetic bases remain unknown. Some studies suggest that single nucleotides polymorphisms (SNPs) in the CAPN10 gene (Locus 2q37.3) could be associated with the development of this disease, including the insertion/deletion polymorphism SNP-19 (2R→3R). Objective: The present study determined the association between the SNP-19 and the risk of developing DM type 2 in Ciudad Juarez population… 

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