New target regions for human hypertension via comparative genomics.

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Published in Genome Res on April 01, 2000


M Stoll1, A E Kwitek-Black, A W Cowley, E L Harris, S B Harrap, J E Krieger, M P Printz, A P Provoost, J Sassard, H J Jacob

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1: Department of Physiology, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53226, USA.

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Family Blood Pressure Program - GenNet Network | NCT00005268

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