APOC3 genetic variation, serum triglycerides, and risk of coronary artery disease in Asian Indians, Europeans, and other ethnic groups

Published in Lipids in Health and Disease, 2021

We examined the causal relationship between the genetically increased triglycerides and the risk of coronary artery diseases in Asian Indians.

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Citation: S. Goyal, Y. Tanigawa, W. Zhang, J. Chai, M. Almeida, X. Sim, M. Lerner, J. Chainakul, J. G. Ramiu, C. Seraphin, B. Apple, A. Vaughan, J. Muniu, J. Peralta, D. M. Lehman, S. Ralhan, G. S. Wander, J. R. Singh, N. K. Mehra, E. Sidorov, M. D Peyton, P. R. Blackett, J. E. Curran, E. S. Tai, R. van Dam, C. Cheng, R. Duggirala, J. Blangero, J. C. Chambers, C. Sabanayagam, J. S. Kooner, M. A. Rivas, C. E. Aston, D. Sanghera, APOC3 genetic variation, serum triglycerides, and risk of coronary artery disease in Asian Indians, Europeans, and other ethnic groups. Lipids Health Dis (2021). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12944-021-01531-8