Researchers Identify How Variant Acts Through Intermediaries to Lead to Bleeding Disorder | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Acting through a number of steps, a mutation in the coagulation-related F5 gene leads to a bleeding disorder, according to researchers from the University of Texas Health Sciences Center and Lund University in Sweden.

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