|(A;G)||2||1.4x higher early heart attack risk; less weight gain on high fat diets|
|(G;G)||2||2x higher early heart attack risk; less weight gain on high fat diets|
Independently of triglyceride levels, perhaps, a study based on 1,864 Italian patients <45 years old at the time of their first heart attack (myocardial infarction) concluded that this SNP is associated with higher risk for an early heart attack, with a per C allele odds ratio of 1.44 (CI: 1.23-1.69, p = 6.7 × 10(-5)).[PMID 21130994]
This SNP has also been reported to help prevent weight gain from high fat diets.
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|Odds Ratio||.14 [0.12-0.16] unit decrease|
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