The Role of Angiotensinogen Gene Polymorphism in the Pathogenesis of Non-familial Sick Sinus Syndrome
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ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT01310920
Recruitment Status : Unknown
Verified March 2011 by China Medical University Hospital. Recruitment status was: Recruiting
Evidence has been documented for the close relationship between the arrhythmia pathogenesis and the gene expression in renin-angiotensin system. However, it remains unclear for involvement of RAS in the pathogenesis of non-familial sick sinus syndrome. The researchers thus investigated the possible relationship between non-familial sick sinus syndrome and the polymorphism and haplotype of the AGT promoter.
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The case group includes 200 patients and the control group includes 200 patients.