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Improving Cell Recycling System to Treat Lysosomal Storage Disease

News   Jul 18, 2017 | Original Story from the NIH NCATS

 
Cell Recycling System Offers Therapeutic Entry Point for Rare Disease Treatment

The compound methyl-β-cyclodextrin turns on an enzyme, AMPK, triggering a response against a rare genetic disease, NPC1. Credit: NCATS

 
 
 

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