Protein important for protein synthesis could also have role in murine regeneration
Researchers from the University of Illinois (IL, US), have discovered that a protein more commonly known for its importance in protein synthesis has an unexpected role in influencing muscle regeneration and regrowth in cells. Their work, which is published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation, could lead to novel treatments for disorders that result in muscle loss.
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