Tag: hereditary Motor and Sensory Neuropathy

The scientific importance of Mitofusin is growing

The scientific relevance of Mitofusin is now growing. In 2013, studies involving this protein were about 200; if you try typing the word Mitofusin on Pubmed search (as shown below) today, the list gets far more considerable: 519 studies carried out all over the world! Mitofusin  turns out to be a very important protein whose functions are studied

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The latest Updated Scientific Publications about CMT2A

Here to you a list of interesting and updated studies, for people suffering from CMT2A, carried out in some of the most famous Centers of Research in the world. We have collected them through PubMed  (US National Library of Medicine) the most important database of biomedical literature. Early onset Charcot-Marie-Tooth neuropathy type 2A and severe developmental delay:

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