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Scientists have identified four genes in baboons that influence levels of 'bad' cholesterol. This discovery could lead to the development of new drugs to reduce the risk of heart disease.
A team led by Professor Gruenberg at the University of Geneva has long been interested in the movement of lysosomes, the sub-compartments of cells to where endocytic vesicles deliver their waste content and the molecules destined to be destroyed.
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