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Lack of support for association between common variation in TNFSF4 and myocardial infarction in a German population

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The authors thank C. Ganser, W. Latz, M. Eichinger, U. Weiss and A. del Pozo Ben for technical assistance. This work was funded by a grant from Deutsches Herzzentrum München (KKF 1.4-05) to W.K.

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Koch, W., Hoppmann, P., Mueller, J. et al. Lack of support for association between common variation in TNFSF4 and myocardial infarction in a German population. Nat Genet 40, 1386–1387 (2008).

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