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

Severe COVID-19 may be driven by RAAS imbalance
COVID-19 pathophysiology may be driven by an imbalance in the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system, Susanne Rysz 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, Polina Kameneva 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, Nicolas J. Pillon et al, Cell, March 2021.

Neandertal protein variant may protect Europeans against COVID-19
A Neanderthal OAS1 isoform protects individuals of European ancestry against COVID-19 susceptibility and severity, Hugo Zeberg et al, Nature Medicine, February 2021.

Severe COVID-19 more common in patients with collagenous colitis
Association Between Collagenous and Lymphocytic Colitis and Risk of Severe COVID-19, Hamed Khalili et al, Gastroenterology, February 2021.

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