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Title: Inheritance of coronary artery disease in men: an analysis of the role of the Y chromosome.
Authors: Charchar, FJ
Bloomer, LD
Barnes, TA
Cowley, MJ
Nelson, CP
Wang, Y
Denniff, M
Debiec, R
Christofidou, P
Nankervis, S
Dominiczak, AF
Bani-Mustafa, A
Balmforth, AJ
Hall, AS
Erdmann, J
Cambien, F
Deloukas, P
Hengstenberg, C
Packard, C
Schunkert, H
Ouwehand, WH
Ford, I
Goodall, AH
Jobling, MA
Samani, NJ
Tomaszewski, M
First Published: 10-Mar-2012
Citation: LANCET, 2012, 379 (9819), pp. 915-922
Abstract: A sexual dimorphism exists in the incidence and prevalence of coronary artery disease--men are more commonly affected than are age-matched women. We explored the role of the Y chromosome in coronary artery disease in the context of this sexual inequity.
DOI Link: 10.1016/S0140-6736(11)61453-0
eISSN: 1474-547X
Type: Journal Article
Appears in Collections:Published Articles, Dept. of Genetics

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