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'Fat Free' gene discovered

  May, 22 2001 1:03
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Glow-in-the-dark zebrafish helping Jefferson scientists uncover cholesterol genes

Biochemists at Jefferson Medical College are using zebrafish that glow to identify potential cholesterol-processing genes.
They already have found a gene they've dubbed "Fat Free" that plays a role in controlling cholesterol metabolism. By identifying such genes, scientists hope to establish the basis for new and improved cholesterol-controlling drugs.

National Institutes of Health

Steve Benowitz steven.benowitz@mail.tju.edu
Thomas Jefferson University

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