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New finding important to heart health, also changed faculty member's entire research path

Medical scientist Howard Young's research has taken a dramatic, unexpected turn in the last few months, thanks to a serendipitous chain of events that could lead to a genetic test that can predict heart failure in certain people before it happens. It started when members of his team, Delaine Ceholski and Cathy Trieber, discovered a new mutation in a protein called phospholamban, which they Source: University of Alberta Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry - Discipline: Genetics...


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Source: LabSpaces - Monday, 4 June, 2012

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