Data from: Admixture mapping in two Mexican samples identifies significant associations of locus ancestry with triglyceride levels in the BUD13/ZNF259/APOA5 region and fine mapping points to rs964184 as the main driver of the association signal

Esteban J. Parra, Andrew Mazurek, Christopher R. Gignoux, Alexandra Sockell, Michael Agostino, Andrew P. Morris, Lauren E. Petty, Craig L. Hanis, Nancy J. Cox, Adan Valladares-Salgado, Jennifer E. Below & Miguel Cruz
We carried out an admixture mapping study of lipid traits in two samples from Mexico City. Native American locus ancestry was significantly associated with triglyceride levels in a broad region of chromosome 11 overlapping the BUD13, ZNF259 and APOA5 genes. In our fine-mapping analysis of this region using dense genome-wide data, rs964184 is the only marker included in the 99% credible set of SNPs, providing strong support for rs964184 as the causal variant within this...
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