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Penn School of Medicine receives $2.3 million to study biomarkers of cigarette smoke exposure
Date:9/14/2007

the course of the four years of funded research. It is anticipated that panels of new biomarkers will emerge from these meetings and that the biomarkers will prove to be critical for future studies designed to monitor the adverse effects of gene-environment interactions.

The Penn studies will be complimentary to an earlier award made by the Pennsylvania Department of Health to the CEET, which aims to identify lung cancer susceptibility genes in smokers.


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Contact: Karen Kreeger
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University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
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