Study: Gene linked to heart disease risk

08/30/2006 | Forbes

Researchers report the risk of heart disease may be increased by the variations in a gene that switches on other genes. Further study of the gene could reveal a regulatory network that determines who inherits coronary artery disease, the scientists said.

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