The researchers, led by Sarah Lewis from the University of Bristol, UK investigated the outcomes of five published research which viewed the association between blood pressure and a variation in the gene for the enzyme that gets rid of alcohol from the body, aldehyde dehydrogenase 2 . People who inherit two copies of the variant type of this gene from their parents have the ALDH2 *2*2 genotype and be flushed and nauseated after drinking. Consequently, they drink less than people who have a *1*2 genotype and much less than those with a *1*1 genotype.This encourages additional ongoing efforts to develop this extremely elaborate artificial cleverness driven set of analyses of omics with the expectation we can one day use it as a robust tool to detect early response progression and toxicity. The scholarly study has not yet reached an MTD and continues to accrue patients. Related StoriesResearchers identify tumor suppressor genes that travel subset of melanomasChemotherapy treatment can donate to long-term neurocognitive deficits in pediatric mind tumor survivorsDiscovery may lead to new anti-metastasis therapies for advanced-stage brain cancer patientsBerg, the namesake of Chairman and Co-founder Carl E.