The project is focused on lupus, which affects up to 1.5 million Americans.
Since 1946, OMRF has grown into an internationally recognized research institute.
These new findings could play a key role in tailoring individual lupus treatments.
The study looked at genetic samples of nearly 8,000 Koreans.
The findings were published in the Jan. 25 issue of Nature Genetics.
OMRF scientist receives grant for promising Sjögren’s research.