Published in Blood Weekly, October 18th, 1999
The findings lead further support to the role of genes in the development of heart disease.
The impaired blood flow is caused by a problem in the cells lining the inner walls of coronary arteries, called the endothelium. The cells help blood vessels expand and relax. Because of the crucial role played by the endothelium cells, this...
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