MinnPost: Minnesota, Wisconsin Diverge On Health Care Coverage For Those Barely Above Poverty Series People in Wisconsin and Minnesota living simply hardly above the poverty line are going to see their healthcare fortunes change -; in contrary directions. In Wisconsin, about 77,500 people are expected to lose Medicaid and can have to obtain coverage through the personal exchanges. These include 38,067 people between 100 % and 133 % of the federal poverty level, and 35,781 people between 133 % and 200 % . Related StoriesICD-10 Clinical Modification: an interview with Dr.Yeh, mind of the extensive study group and the Janice and Robert McNair Base Scholar at THI. Dr. Yeh is also seat of the Cardiology Section at The University of Texas-M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. The outcomes of the study are being released this week in the scientific journal, Molecular Cell. Dr. Yeh and his colleagues discovered that a proteins modifier chemical referred to as SUMO regulates the transcription of two genes – Gata4 and Gata6 – during embryonic advancement. These genes are essential to healthy heart advancement and transcription is area of the process which allows them to accomplish their work.