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In an interview posted to MIT’s Technology Review online magazine, Jose Ordovas, director of the Nutrition and Genomics Laboratory at Tufts University, talks about recent nutrigenomic work. After taking a look at data from the ongoing Framingham Heart Study, Ordovas found that certain genetic variants, including variations in a gene known as apoliprotein E (ApoE), can be risk factors for heart disease.

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