Blood vessel genes may protect arteries
Why can some people eat a high-fat diet without developing the fatty deposits in their blood vessel walls that lead to heart disease, and others can’t?
One answer may be a gene that causes blood vessels to secrete a protective protein, researchers report in a recent Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association.
"The study suggests why some people are prone to blockages in their coronary arteries and some aren’t,"...
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