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A limited selection of recent publications in high impact journals to which researchers at KI have contributed.

New insights on exercise adaptation at a molecular level
Time trajectories in the transcriptomic response to exercise — a meta-analysis, Amar D, Lindholm ME, Norrbom J, Wheeler MT, Rivas MA, Ashley EA, Nature Communications, June 2021.

Severe COVID-19 may be driven by RAAS imbalance
COVID-19 pathophysiology may be driven by an imbalance in the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system, Rysz S et al, Nature Communications, April 2021.

One step closer toward understanding the origin of neuroblastoma
Single-cell transcriptomics of human embryos identifies multiple sympathoblast lineages with potential implications for neuroblastoma origin, Kameneva P et al, Nature Genetics, April 2021.

Personalized care the way forward to reduce obesity and type 2 diabetes
Metabolic Consequences of Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes: Balancing Genes and Environment for Personalized Care, Pillon NJ et al, Cell, March 2021.

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