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rs9300039, a SNP on chromosome 11 that is unusual is being over 1,000,000 base-pairs away from the nearest known gene, has been identified as a risk factor for type-2 diabetes in a study of over 2,000 Caucasian patients. The odds ratio for the risk allele rs9300039(C) was 1.48, (CI: 1.28-1.71, p=5.7x10e-8). [PMID 17463248]
This SNP is also mentioned in a related blog series.
Called into question by table 1 of 10.1371/journal.pbio.1000294
|Condition||Type 2 diabetes|