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HUMAN CHROMOSOME MAP OF LYMPHEDEMA-LYMPHANGIOGENESIS GENES: TEMPLATE FOR CURRENT AND FUTURE DISCOVERY

Authors
  • M.H. Witte (University of Arizona)
  • R.P. Erickson (University of Arizona)
  • L. Luy (University of Arizona)
  • P. Brouillard (University of Louvain, Brussels)
  • M. Vikkula (University of Louvain, Brussels)

Abstract

We have created a human chromosomal map of the location of known and candidate genes involved in primary lymphedema (PLE). This should facilitate further discovery and provide a basis for understanding microdeletions which cause lymphedema.

Keywords: primary lymphedema, chromosomes, genes, mutations

How to Cite:

Witte, M. & Erickson, R. & Luy, L. & Brouillard, P. & Vikkula, M., (2022) “HUMAN CHROMOSOME MAP OF LYMPHEDEMA-LYMPHANGIOGENESIS GENES: TEMPLATE FOR CURRENT AND FUTURE DISCOVERY”, Lymphology 54(4), p.167-169. doi: https://doi.org/10.2458/lymph.4837

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Published on
25 Jan 2022
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