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Overactive Signaling from the Sympathetic Nervous System Leads to High Blood Pressure

News   Nov 02, 2018 | Original Press Release from Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute

 
Overactive Brain Signaling Leads to High Blood Pressure

Associate Professor Andrew Murphy is the Head of Haematopoiesis and Leukocyte Biology and Lead of the Immunometabolism Program at the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute. Credit: Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute

 
 
 

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