Month: February 2017

RNA-based therapeutics.

RNA-based therapeutics, specifically antisense oligonucleotides inducing exon skipping, are currently among the most promising therapies in development for DMD. In detail have the antisense oligonucleotides capable of skip an exon and thereby correct the reading frame of the DMD transcripts with the aim of synthesis of a new protein dystrophin. Different mutations in the gene […]

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Diabetes mellitus is a condition caused by lack of insulin secretion from pancreatic cells.

Diabetes mellitus is a condition caused by lack of insulin secretion from pancreatic cells , or less depending on the secreted insulin, which raises the blood glucose level, and as a result, causes serious diseases. It is said that at least 171 million people worldwide suffer from diabetes mellitus, and its incidence is increasing rapidly. […]

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