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Würzburg scientists identify missing mitochondrial calcium channel as trigger for arrhythmias and heart failure for the disease Barth syndrome. Click the title above to read more.
On November 8, 2021, Dr. Colin Steward (Emeritus, U. Bristol), Dr. Guido Pieles (U. Bristol), Dr. Barney Reeves and Lucy Dabner (Bristol Trials Centre) discussed the research basis, findings, challenges, and successes for the UK-based CARDIOMAN trial. Sponsored by the UK National Institute for Health Research, co-funded by BSF, informed, designed, and led by long-time academic research leaders in our field, and ultimately made possible by the initial participation of eleven affected individuals - this nearly 8-year effort encapsulates the adage that it takes a village.
Barth Syndrome Foundation is a global facilitator for advancing understanding of and developing treatments for Barth syndrome.
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