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Expression of truncated utrophin leads to major functional improvements in dystrophin-deficient muscles of mice.

Bibliographic reference Deconinck, N. ; Kahn, David ; Tinsley, J ; De Backer, Fabienne ; Fisher, R ; et. al. Expression of truncated utrophin leads to major functional improvements in dystrophin-deficient muscles of mice.. In: Nature medicine, Vol. 3, no. 11, p. 1216-21 (1997)
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