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Gene linked to sudden cardiac death

 
  December, 20 2001 11:45
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Gene linked to sudden cardiac death

Researchers at UCSD Institute of Molecular Medicine have cloned and identified the role of a regulatory gene that in the presence of underlying heart failure, appears culpable in the occurrence of cardiac arrthythmias, or irregular heart beats, that can lead to sudden cardiac death.

NIH/National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute of NIH, American Heart Association, Jean LeDucq Foundation

Contact:
Sue Pondrom
spondrom@ucsd.edu
619-543-6163
University of California - San Diego


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