Gene and Mutations Causative for Familial Primary Pulmonary Hypertension

This invention relates generally to a method of identifying an individual having an increased susceptibility to developing Familial Primary Pulmonary Hypertension (FPPH), as well as to a method for diagnosing an individual suffering from FPPH. The invention also relates to a method of identifying an individual having an increased susceptibility to developing (non-familial) Primary Pulmonary Hypertension (PPH), as well as to a method for diagnosing an individual suffering from PPH.

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U.S. Patent 6,642,002: Method of diagnosing pulmonary hypertension

Inventors: 
Kirk LaneRichard TrembathRajiv MachadoJennifer ThomsonWilliam NicholsJames LoydMichael PauciuloTatiana ForoudJohn PhillipsEmily LoydJohn NewmanDan KollerRadhika GaddipatiLisa WheelerPatrick ConneallyMicheala Aldred
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Janis Elsner

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