April 24-29, 2022 | Gouvieux, France
Join us at the EMBO workshop in France, to discuss recent data on muscle formation and regeneration.
Our team will be here to present the latest advances on in vivo/ex vivo/in vitro models and physiological measurements that can help advances your studies.
For rare diseases like DMD, ALS and other genetic disorders that impact diaphragmatic strength and cardiovascular electrophysiology, many leading research centers have come to rely on in vivo plethysmography to assess lung function, as well as advanced ECG analysis to evaluate arrhythmias.
These clinically-relevant outcomes provide deep insights into the disease pathophysiology and guide the evaluation of novel gene therapies, for instance in mdx mice, as highlighted in our article about Muscular Dystrophy.
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