Scientists at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) in the U.K. are a step closer to preventing the kind of injuries that affect ageing race horses.
For the first time, the team at QMUL's School of Engineering & Materials Science was able to show how protein types differ in various parts of a horse's tendons and how the proteins change as the tendon ages.
Co-author Dr. Chavaunne Thorpe said, "When a horse runs, its muscles generate a massive amount of energy that is sto
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