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There was a significantly increased incidence of unstable alleles associated with dystrophia myotonica in infertile men in Houston and Melbourne, compared with study controls.
Myotonic dystrophy or dystrophia myotonica (DM) is an autosomal dominant genetic disorder most notably characterised by a prolonged relaxation, wasting and weakness in certain skeletal muscle groups.
Derbynnir rhoddion ar gyfer Ymchwil Afiechyd Muscular Dystrophia Myotonica Cymru.
Myotonic muscular dystrophy, also known as myotonic dystrophy, dystrophia myotonica or Steinert's disease, is the most common type of adult muscular dystrophy, affecting 1 in 8000 individuals (approximately 40,000 people in the United States).
Rx] is designed to reduce the production of toxic dystrophia myotonica-protein kinase (DMPK) RNA in cells, including muscle cells, for the treatment of Myotonic Dystrophy Type 1 (DM1).
Myotonic dystrophy, also referred to as dystrophia myotonica or Steinert's disease (7), is named after the German physician who first described the condition in 1904.
Myotonic muscular dystrophy (also known as myotonic dystrophy, dystrophia myotonica or Steinert's disease, and abbreviated MMD, MyD, or DM) is the most common type of adult muscular dystrophy, which affects 1 in 8000 individuals (approximately 40,000 people in the United States).
Myotonic muscular dystrophy (MMD), also known as myotonic dystrophy, dystrophia myotonica or Steinert's disease, is the most common type of adult muscular dystrophy, affecting 1 in 8000 individuals (approximately 37,000 people in the United States).