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HHMI researcher Vivian Cheung led a study that looked at gene expression differences among people in response to exposure to radiation. In performing genetic linkage and association studies to map regulators of different gene expression phenotypes, the researchers found that for more than 1,200 of these, there was linkage to a specific chromosome region and that nearly all of the regulators are trans-acting. Their work was published in early online.

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