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In Nature Genetics, two independent teams report on the use of genome-wide association analyses to offer clues to the biology of gout and colorectal cancer, respectively. In the first paper, to which a host of scientists from the US and Europe contributed, an analysis of data from more than 140,000 people with European ancestry revealed 18 new loci associated with serum urate concentrations, which is elevated in gout patients.

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