Work on gene therapy is showing significant progress for restoring muscle strength and prolonging the lives of dogs with a previously incurable, inherited neuromuscular disease. University of Washington Medicine Institute for Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine scientists are leading the multi-institutional research effort.
The disease arises from a mutation in genes that normally make a protein called myotubularin that is essential for proper muscle function. Puppies with this natu
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