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Table S1. Characteristics of the subjects who participated in this study

Table S2. Genome-wide association of serum bilirubin levels (total, direct, indirect)

Table S3. Impact of each SNP on bilirubin levels (total, direct, and indirect)a

Table S4. Interactions between the four independent SNPs and age, sex, BMI, smoking, and drinking status

Table S5. Interaction between SLCO1B3 and smoking in determining bilirubin levels in men

Figure S1. Q-Q plots for QTL analyses. The horizontal axis shows -log10 transformed expected P values, while the vertical axis indicates -log10 transformed observed P values. The genomic inflation factor λ for each analysis is shown below each graph.

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