Oct. 21, 2010

Lessons from Studies on Lupus Genetics

Dr. Lindsey Criswell of the University of California, San Francisco discusses advances in the search for genes believed responsible for lupus, including advances made possible by genome-wide scans that now allow researchers to look at thousands of genes at a time.  Dr. Criswell shares  data from several studies and provides a glimpse into the future on how these data might be helpful in treating lupus.


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