Manipulating Cell Signaling for Better Muscle Function in Muscular Dystrophy

Researchers report on their discovery of a way to bypass faculty cell signalling that leads to muscle damage in Duchene muscular dystrophy. This work suggests a new therapeutic strategy for patients with Duchene muscular dystrophy, a progressive neuromuscular condition, caused by a lack of dystrophin, that usually leaves patients unable to walk on their own by age 10-15.

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