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Research Article

Premature Myocardial Infarction: Genetic Variations in SIRT1 Affect Disease Susceptibility

Table 5

Distribution of rs7895833 A > G, rs7069102 C > G, and rs2273773 C > T genotypes and alleles in patients with STEMI (ST-elevation myocardial infarction) and control subjects.

Patients with STEMIControl subjectsStatistical analysis
(%)(n)(%)(n)χ2

rs7895833 A > G genotype
 AA50.55457.152ns
 AG49.55342.939ns
 GGna
Allele
 A7516179143ns
 G25532139ns
rs7069102 C > G genotype
 CC12131110
 CG66.77250.5467.20.027
 GG21.32338.535ns
Allele
 C459836663.40.066
 G5511864116ns
rs2273773 C > T genotype
 CCna
 CT10010710091
 TTna
Allele
 C
 T

n, number of individuals; na, not available. Statistical evaluation by the chi-squared test. . STEMI, ST-elevation myocardial infarction.

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