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Scientists identify a gene causing a fatal heart condition

 
  March, 8 2002 2:43
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Scientists identify a gene causing a fatal heart condition, common in an Israeli Bedouin tribe

A team of researchers from the Weizmann Institute of Science and the Sheba Medical Center has identified a gene causing polymorphic ventricular tachycardia (PVT), a fatal heart condition. Characterized by a fast and irregular heartbeat, seizures, and in certain cases, sudden death, PVT primarily affects young children from a Bedouin Arab tribe in Israel.
Crown Human Genome Center, Israel Science Foundation Grant

Contact:
Jeffrey Sussman
jeffrey@acwis.org
212-895-7951
Weizmann Institute


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