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Duchenne Parent Project España
Favorecer, dinamizar, promover e informar sobre investigaciones científicas y médicas que permitan curar las distrofias musculares de Duchenne y Becker.
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Roche España 18h
El Día Mundial de las da visibilidad a más de 6.000 patologías difíciles de diagnosticar. Su tratamiento es un gran reto para la investigación. Por eso, en Roche las tenemos presentes todo el año 🔬
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Duchenne Parent Project España 16h
Gente pequeña en lugares pequeños...cambiando el mundo
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Isabel García 16h
Dar la palabra a los jóvenes, educar en el pensamiento crítico, creer en ellos y en su capacidad para transformar la realidad, tejer redes de compromiso social
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Amor de Dios Oviedo 24h
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Gastando Suela III Feb 26
❗Hoy presentaremos el proyecto "Gastando Suela" en el Club de Prensa Asturiana de . 🏢 C/Federico García Lorca, 14 (Oviedo) ⏰ A las 19:00 horas
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Marisol Montolio Feb 26
Edición especial de dedicada a 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
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Andalucía Legendaria Feb 26
Ya está aquí el cartel de nuestra Tertulia Cofrade
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Duchenne Parent Project España Feb 25
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Duchenne Parent Project España Feb 25
Luis Rubiales presidente de la Federación Española de fútbol nos muestra su apoyo.
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Virginia Arechavala Feb 25
The second model we created is more interesting (we think so). There is a protein called that could replace function and many people are looking to overexpress it in and patients. We deleted the "off switch" for that protein.
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Virginia Arechavala Feb 25
And to see if they could be useful in the lab, we treated those cultures with an drug to restore the expression of
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Virginia Arechavala Feb 25
To confirm the new cells were what we thought, we checked their DNA and also confirmed that they had stopped producing , the protein missing in cultures.
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Virginia Arechavala Feb 25
Our manuscripts describes the protocol we developed to solve this problem, but it is still not very efficient. This means it would not be good enough to be used as a treatment, but was enough to allow us to "create" two new models to study the disease.
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Virginia Arechavala Feb 25
We thought it was important to give early access to our results, particularly as we were funded by patients ( ) and other funders ( ), but also as many of the authors are early career researchers that could benefit from their work being acknowledged.
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Genotipia Feb 22
Nueva terapia génica para la distrofia muscular de Duchenne muestra resultados positivos en células humanas y en un modelo animal.
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Masons Muscles Feb 24
He wanted to go to school today. Thankfully the snow slowly disappeared over the day
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SHELLEY | Fraser & Friends Feb 24
“Life throws challenges but every challenge comes with rainbows and lights to conquer it.” [Amit Ray]
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Virginia Arechavala Feb 25
Replying to @VArechavala
Nuestro protocolo funciona, aunque sigue siendo poco eficiente. No sería suficiente como terapia, pero nos ha servido para crear un nuevo par de modelos de para trabajar en el laboratorio.
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Dyne Therapeutics Feb 25
We were inspired reading the story of Troy and Andrew Chauppetta, twins from Massachusetts living with muscular dystrophy who will be competing in the 2021 World Cup of power soccer. Learn about the Chauppetta twins and life with here:
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