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Hypertension: A new genetic clue to unravel the origins of pre-eclampsia

11:26 EDT 4 Sep 2017 | Nature Publishing

Pre-eclampsia is a common disorder of pregnancy for which the underlying mechanism is poorly understood. A genome-wide association study has now identified a pre-eclampsia susceptibility locus located near the FLT1 gene. This study brings us a step closer to dissecting the underlying causes of pre-eclampsia.

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