John Faulkner

posted on May 1, 2008 - 5:00pm
Three sets of laboratory experiments investigating the effects of interfering with myostatin, a protein that limits muscle growth, have shown that this approach may have to be individualized with respect to different types and stages of muscular dystrophy, and that some myostatin suppression strategies may be better than others.

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