Monthly Archives: April 2019

Fruit fly model to understand musculoskeletal disease

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Freeman-Sheldon Syndrome (FSS) is a genetic disease where patients exhibit musculoskeletal abnormalities such as joint deformities, bent fingers, club feet, curved spine and facial anomalies. FSS patients have compromised movement, respiratory, speech and feeding problems and delayed growth and development. Mutations in the MYH3 gene, a gene belonging to the myosin family which helps in […]

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