Analysis Reveals Cholesterol-related Locus Linked to Statin Side Effect | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Researchers from Seattle's Sage Bionetworks, the University of Chicago, the Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute, and elsewhere reported today that they have detected a new cholesterol-related locus with apparent ties to the risk of muscle-related side effects in those taking statin drugs.

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