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Heart disease: Putative medicines that mimic mutations

13:26 EDT 24 Aug 2017 | Nature Publishing

Molecules that block the activity or production of the protein ANGPTL3 have now been found to lower blood levels of lipoproteins and cholesterol in mice and healthy humans, mimicking the protective effects of genetic mutations in ANGPTL3.

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