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Genetics and hypertension

Alan B Weder
Journal of Clinical Hypertension 2007, 9 (3): 217-23
17341998
Although it has long been appreciated that there is a genetic component to hypertension, it is only recently that specific genes are being identified. This progress is part of a general advancement of our understanding of common, genetically complex human diseases. This understanding will eventually affect clinical practice.

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