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ZRANB3 dans les populations africaines: nouveau locus de risque du diabète de type 2 identifié

04 août 2019 – L’Afrique est considérée comme le berceau originel de toute l’humanité, à laquelle tous les humains peuvent retracer l’origine génétique. Cela peut être très intéressant dans le contexte de maladies dues à des prédispositions génétiques tant chez les populations africaines actuelles que chez toutes les populations descendantes d’origine africaine dans le monde.

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