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The Promise of MicroRNA Therapy to Stimulates Uncontrolled Cardiac Repair in Animal Trials of Large Mammals

The Promise of MicroRNA Therapy to Stimulates Uncontrolled Cardiac Repair in Animal Trials of Large Mammals   Reporter: Aviva Lev-Ari, PhD, RN start quote Here we show that expression of human microRNA-199a in infarcted pig hearts can stimulate cardiac repair. One month after myocardial infarction and delivery of this microRNA through an adeno-associated viral vector, […]

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