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catecholamine-induced vasospasms

  1. SWAlexander

    ADRA2A and IRX1 are putative risk genes for Raynaud’s phenomenon

    Abstract Raynaud’s phenomenon (RP) is a common vasospastic disorder that causes severe pain and ulcers, but despite its high reported heritability, no causal genes have been robustly identified. We conducted a genome-wide association study including 5,147 RP cases and 439,294 controls, based on...