Inflammatory Gene Haplotype-Interaction Networks Involved in Coronary Collateral Formation

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Zhang, Jian; Regieli, Jakub J; Schipper, Maria; Entius, Mark M.; Liang, Faming; Koerselman, Jeroen; Ruven, Hendrik J.T.; van der Graaf, Yolanda; Grobbee, Diederick E; Doevendans, Pieter A.;

Objectives: Formation of collateral circulation is an endogenous\ud response to atherosclerosis, and is a natural escape\ud mechanism by re-routing blood. Inflammatory responserelated\ud genes underlie the formation of coronary collaterals.\ud We explored the genetic ba... View more
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