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New study reveals genes that control our ‘metabolic individuality’ and disease risk

A new study co-led by Queen Mary University of London’s Professor Claudia Langenberg, newly appointed Director of the Precision Healthcare University Research Institute, undertaken in her prior roles at the Berlin Institute of Health at the Charité (BIH) and University of Cambridge, and Professor Adam Butterworth at the University of Cambridge, has discovered more than 300 regions in the genome that contribute to a person’s ‘chemical fingerprint`.

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