Genetic Septet in Control of Blood Platelet Clotting, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Study

Published: Jun 23, 2010

ScienceDaily (June 22, 2010) — In what is believed to be the largest review of the human genetic code to determine why some people's blood platelets are more likely to clump faster than others, scientists at Johns Hopkins and in Boston have found a septet of overactive genes, which they say likely control that bodily function.

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