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    • Role of genetic and environmental factors in the increased blood pressures of Bolivian blacks 

      Frisancho, A Roberto; Farrow, S; Friedenzohn, Isabel; Johnson, Tiffany; Kapp, Beth; Miranda, Christina; Pérez, María; Rauchle, Isha; Sánchez, Nicholas; Wheatcroft, Gloria; Woodill, Lita; Ayllón, Irma; Bellido, Diva; Rodríguez, Armando; Machicao, Jorge; Villena, Mercedes; Vargas, Enrique (American Journal of Human Biology, 1999)
      Abstract. The tendency toward hypertension or higher blood pressure is more common in blacks than whites. The factors that account for these differences are attributed to both environmental and genetic factors. To clarify ...