NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Three soon-to-be published studies suggest that a polymorphism in KIF6, a gene encoding a kinesin-like protein in the molecular motor family, increases the risk of coronary heart disease, Celera announced yesterday.
 
Celera subsidiary Berkeley HeartLab is developing a laboratory test, which it expects to launch in the coming months, for the gene variant.
 

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