Genetic Loci and Novel Discrimination Measures Associated with Blood Pressure Variation in African Americans Living in Tallahassee.
Quinlan, Jacklyn; Pearson, Laurel N; Clukay, Christopher J; Mitchell, Miaisha M; Boston, Qasimah; Gravlee, Clarence C; Mulligan, Connie J.
; 11(12): e0167700, 2016.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-28002425
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