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Gene mutations implicated in long QT syndrome

This article was originally published in Clinica

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Three genes on chromosomes 3,7 and 11 have been implicated in the inheritance of the genetic heart disease, long QT syndrome, a joint US, Israeli and Italian study has found. Reported in the American Heart Association journal, Circulation (November 15th), the study looked at 153 members of six families with the condition, of whom 76 individuals exhibited long QT syndrome.

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