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Alte Genome enthüllen die Ursprünge des Multiple-Sklerose-Risikos in Europa

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In a recent study published in Nature, researchers investigated the variables contributing to the geographical heterogeneity in the prevalence of Multiple Sclerosis (MS), and the influence of genetic and environmental factors on the development of the disease.


Ancient genomes reveal origins of multiple sclerosis risk in Europe









Ancient genomes reveal origins of multiple sclerosis risk in Europe

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Multiple sclerosis is a neurological disease most commonly found in Northern Europe, and its hereditary risk is not well known. The condition affects the brain and spinal cord, and its prevalence varies depending on ethnic background and geographic location. Researchers believe that gene-gene and gene-environment interactions cause multiple sclerosis, with external triggers setting off a chain reaction in genetically susceptible individuals.

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