Open-access protein discovered that doubles the muscle-building effect in mice lacking myostatinThe Johns Hopkins scientists who first showed that the absence of the protein myostatin leads to oversized muscles in mice and humans, is now a second protein, follistatin, whose overproduction found in mice myostatin doubles the muscle-building effect.
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‘These results show that the ability to increase muscle growth by targeted this way much more extensive than we have appreciated,’adds Lee. ‘Now we are going to other to cooperate with to cooperate with myostatin, realize the full potential realize the full potential for enhancing muscle growth for clinical applications.Editor’s note:. , however, to schedule to schedule an interview up with one Member to check please contact Mayer Resnick the IUPS / GSP news room@ 619-525-6228 or 301-332-4402 and 301-634-7209 , and Stacy Brooks at 240-432-9697 and 301-634-7253 .
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