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Hereditary lymphedema genetic mutations found

  November, 10 2000 11:12
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Hereditary lymphedema genetic mutations found

University of Michigan scientists have identified genetic mutations that cause a serious medical condition called hereditary lymphedema-distichiasis or LD. Discovering the gene is the first step toward a future diagnostic test for LD and increased scientific understanding of the gene's impact
on early development of the heart and lymphatic system.
National Institutes of Health

Sally Pobojewski
University of Michigan

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