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Title: Genetic regulation of serum phytosterol levels and risk of coronary artery disease.
Authors: Teupser, D
Baber, R
Ceglarek, U
Scholz, M
Illig, T
Gieger, C
Holdt, LM
Leichtle, A
Greiser, KH
Huster, D
Linsel-Nitschke, P
Schäfer, A
Braund, PS
Tiret, L
Stark, K
Raaz-Schrauder, D
Fiedler, GM
Wilfert, W
Beutner, F
Gielen, S
Grosshennig, A
König, IR
Lichtner, P
Heid, IM
Kluttig, A
El Mokhtari NE
Rubin, D
Ekici, AB
Reis, A
Garlichs, CD
Hall, AS
Matthes, G
Wittekind, C
Hengstenberg, C
Cambien, F
Schreiber, S
Werdan, K
Meitinger, T
Loeffler, M
Samani, NJ
Erdmann, J
Wichmann, HE
Schunkert, H
Thiery, J
First Published: Aug-2010
Citation: CIRC CARDIOVASC GENET, 2010, 3 (4), pp. 331-339
Abstract: Phytosterols are plant-derived sterols that are taken up from food and can serve as biomarkers of cholesterol uptake. Serum levels are under tight genetic control. We used a genomic approach to study the molecular regulation of serum phytosterol levels and potential links to coronary artery disease (CAD).
DOI Link: 10.1161/CIRCGENETICS.109.907873
eISSN: 1942-3268
Type: Journal Article
Appears in Collections:Published Articles, Dept. of Cardiovascular Sciences

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