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[PMID 18262040] rs599839 and rs4970834 explain about 1% of the variation in circulating LDL-cholesterol levels. "When we look at this particular genetic variance, of all the cholesterol variation among the population, 1% of it can be attributed to this particular locus," said Sandhu. "This is equivalent to more established genes for LDL regulation, particularly APOE." rs646776 also linked.
[PMID 18979498] rs599839, rs4970834 and rs17228212 associated with non-HDL cholesterol.
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