Polymorphisms in the CPB2 gene are maintained by balancing selection and result in haplotype-preferential splicing of exon 7

  • Cagliani R
  • Fumagalli M
  • Riva S
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These data highlight the contribution of population genetics approaches to the analysis of functional genetic variation and may orient further biochemical and genetics studies on the pathophysiolgic role of CPB2 gene products.

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  • CPB2
  • alternative splicing
  • balancing selection
  • thrombin-activatable fibrinolysis inhibitor

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  • Marco FracassettiUniversity of Neuchâtel

  • Rachele Cagliani

  • Matteo Fumagalli

  • Stefania Riva

  • Uberto Pozzoli

  • Nereo Bresolin

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