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rs1892534 is a SNP that was originally associated with C-reactive protein levels, and given other findings that suggest C-reactive protein levels may be predictive of cancer risk, was thought to be linked to cancer risk.
A large study pooling data from 3 Finnish studies totaling over 18,000 individuals concluded that while the rs1892534(A) allele was not likely to be causative (relative to cancer), it is associated with increased risk for cancer overall. The odds ratio for 1 or 2 such alleles was 1.05 (CI: 0.90 - 1.23) and 1.2 (CI: 1.01 - 1.42) overall. Two other CRP SNPs (rs1169300 and rs2464196) were specifically associated with increased lung cancer risk. CRP SNPs were not associated with colorectal, prostate or breast cancer risk.[PMID 20727736]
[PMID 18439552] Polymorphisms of the HNF1A gene encoding hepatocyte nuclear factor-1 alpha are associated with C-reactive protein.
[PMID 18728166] Association studies of common variants in 10 hypogonadotropic hypogonadism genes with age at menarche.
[PMID 18852197] Metabolic and cardiovascular traits: an abundance of recently identified common genetic variants.
[PMID 19197348] Genome-wide association studies in an isolated founder population from the Pacific Island of Kosrae.
[PMID 19401628] Host genetics, steatosis and insulin resistance among African Americans and Caucasian Americans with hepatitis C virus genotype-1 infection.
[PMID 20031577] Novel loci, including those related to Crohn disease, psoriasis, and inflammation, identified in a genome-wide association study of fibrinogen in 17 686 women: the Women's Genome Health Study.
[PMID 21647738] Genome-wide association with C-reactive protein levels in CLHNS: evidence for the CRP and HNF1A loci and their interaction with exposure to a pathogenic environment.
[PMID 21931325] Gene polymorphisms of adiponectin and leptin receptor are associated with early onset of type 2 diabetes mellitus in the Taiwanese population.
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