The "C" allele is associated with:
Elevated cholesterol, based on a study of European patients with Metabolic Syndrome [R].
Increased risk of recurrent miscarriage in women with the CC genotype [R].
Increased exhaled levels of FeNO in asthmatic patients. The measure of FeNO content in an individual’s exhaled breath is considered a representative of the degree of “eosinophilic inflammation” which is an allergic inflammatory condition of the throat. [R]
The "T" allele is associated with:
Increased risk of nephropathy, kidney complications, in Diabetics with the the TT genotype [R].