Gene Variant that may Prevent African Sleeping Sickness also Leads to Increased Chance of Kidney Disease

National Institutes of Health researchers and grantees have found that gene variants in APOL1, more common in African Americans, come with both health risk and reward, as reported in the July 15 online issue of Science.

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