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  • For this particular SNP, the risk (minor) allele is (C). The minor allele encodes an arginine at position 72 of the protein (where there's normally a proline), and the SNP is commonly called the Arg72 variant, although P72R and Arg72Pro are also common in the literature.

For this particular SNP, the G allele encodes an arginine at position 72 of the protein (where there's normally a proline), and the SNP is commonly called the Arg72 variant, although P72R and Arg72Pro are also common in the literature.
I cannot make sense of this. John Lloyd Scharf 23:33, 12 October 2011 (UTC)


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