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Tanya J Flynn, Amanda Phipps-Green, Jade E Hollis-Moffatt, Marilyn E Merriman, Ruth Topless, Grant Montgomery, Brett Chapman, Lisa K Stamp, Nicola Dalbeth, Tony R Merriman, Arthritis research & therapy, Volume 15, Issue 6, Page R220
Maori and Pacific Island people are twice as likely to have gout than Caucasian people. This is partly due to genetics. This paper found ancestry-specific effects in variants from two genes (SLC22A11 and SLC22A12) invovled in gout onset. This could mean treating gout in Maori and Pacific Island people should be approached differently than treating gout in Caucasian people.