Molecular Genetics of Hypertension (Human Molecular Genetics)

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This is a rapidly expanding research area, with most current publications existing as journal articles, or as single chapters in larger volumes. This will be one of the first books to bring all this information together into a comprehensive review volume, aimed at both researchers and clinicians.
Hypertension is a condition in humans which is characterized by persistently high arterial blood pressure (over 140/90 mm Hg). Affected individuals are at risk from heart disease, stroke and kidney failure. This important disease affects a huge number of people worldwide, and therefore the study of the disease is of vital clinical importance. Hypertension is a genetically determined disease, with many other contributing factors. Research has expanded rapidly in this area, particularly over the last decade, and there are continuing advances in our understanding of the disease.

  • One of the first books to look at this important disease which affects many individuals worldwide
  • Looks at the study and the applications of molecular genetic approaches to this important disease
  • Aimed at a wide audience from the clinician involved in this field
  • Provides information on new strategies and developments in this expanding area of research

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Hypertension affects millions of people worldwide and hence is a major area of research. In the last five years, our understanding of the disease at the molecular genetic level has undergone spectacular expansion.
Molecular Genetics of Hypertension is a comprehensive and up-do-date assessment of our current knowledge of this disease. Written and edited by leaders in the field, it highlights both the latest research data and the clinical implications of these findings. The book provides essential information for both clinicians and researchers in this multidisciplinary field.

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A.F. Dominiczak, Department of Medicine and Therapeutics, Gardiner Institute, Glasgow, UK
J.M.C. Connell, Department of Medicine and Therapeutics, Gardiner Institute Glasgow, UK
F. Soubrier, Hospital Saint-Louis, Paris, France

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