Abnormal numbers of chromosomes—known as aneuploidy—are a common cause of genetic disorders and birth defects.
The findings could lead to new ways to treat patients following a heart attack.
The new findings were published in the journal Genes & Development.
The study looked at genetic samples of nearly 8,000 Koreans.
There is currently no cure for lymphedema but new research might help manage it.
OMRF researchers have identified new arthritis culprits.