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Hundreds of new murine genes cause CVD

The International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium releases cardiac phenotype characterization of almost 4,000 monogenic null mice. This impressive international effort reports 486 new genes associated with cardiac malfunction.

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Correspondence to Morten Salling Olesen.

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Ahlberg, G., Olesen, M.S. Hundreds of new murine genes cause CVD. Nat Cardiovasc Res 1, 104 (2022).

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