Sci Rep. 2020. (accepted)
An editorial commentary on our article titled “Studies in zebrafish demonstrate that CNNM2 and NT5C2 are most likely the causal genes at the blood pressure-associated locus on human chromosome 10q24.32” has been reviewed and accepted for publication in Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine.
The title of this Editorial is “Of mice and men and zebrafishes. A promised land of discoveries for hypertension researchers” and states that, zebrafishes are going to be the tale for hypertension research in the immediate future.
We are grateful to the authors (Daniela Sorriento and Guido Iaccarino) for their very positive evaluation of our article.
The Editorial can be found here.
Happy to share that on September 23th 2020 from 15:30-15:45 Anja Trillhaase is going to present her work entitled “The influence of the 9p21 CAD risk locus on vascular calcification – an iPSC model” at the 8th Annual German Stem Cell Network (GSCN) Conference (Abstract T04 in session: Stem cells in disease modeling and drug development).
On Friday, September 4th, 2020 from 6:00 – 7:00 pm, Jeanette Erdmann and Thorsten Kessler (DHM, Munich) will talk about cardiovascular genetics at the “Cardiometabolism Virtual Seminar”. Please join us using Zoom ID 692-600-595.
Jeanette Erdmann, Cardiovascular genetics: Past, Present, Future
Thorsten Kessler, Insights from the GUCY1A1 coronary artery disease locus