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?



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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