Giraffe genome holds keys to its peculiar body—and clues to hypertension treatments

March 18, 2021 | UToledo in the News, Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
By Christine Billau



Dr. Bina Joe, Distinguished University Professor and chair of the UToledo Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, says there is no evidence so far that a gene found in giraffes plays an important role in causing hypertension in humans.

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