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Figure 2. From: The SLC6A14 gene shows evidence of association with obesity.

Haplotype sharing on Xq23–24 among male sibpairs within families and between families. The major haplotype of the SLC6A14 gene (303A-20649C-22510G) is shared by 16 families and the shared haplotype partially extends to the neighboring markers.

Elina Suviolahti, et al. J Clin Invest. 2003 December 1;112(11):1762-1772.
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Figure 1. From: The SLC6A14 gene shows evidence of association with obesity.

(a) The genes and microsatellite markers on chromosome Xq22–26 selected for this study. Distances and order are based on the public NCBI and commercial Celera Genomics databases. (b) Structure of the SLC6A14 gene and locations of the genotyped SNPs. (c) SNPs, their locations in the SLC6A14 gene, and the surrounding sequence (SNP nucleotides are capitalized).

Elina Suviolahti, et al. J Clin Invest. 2003 December 1;112(11):1762-1772.

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