DTI detects specific changes in the corticospinal tract, reflecting cortical gray matter volume reductions linked to DM1 motor function deficits.
Development, validation, and use of CNS clinical outcome assessments in DM1 must consider their interactions with other parameters of patient functioning.
An innate immune response pathway, the induction of interferon type 1, rather than activation of autophagy, is responsible for impaired myogenesis in CDM.
A literature review suggests meta-analysis of cognitive studies in DM1 is both feasible and can inform understanding of disease mechanisms and patient management.
A new study lends support for a DM biomarker panel based upon patient urine exRNA assays that may serve as a pharmacodynamic biomarker for go/no go decisions in drug development for DM1.
A new review looks at the cross-disease evidence for RAN translation’s contributions to pathogenesis.
Myotonic is pleased to announce the publication of the first-ever Consensus-based Care Recommendations for Adults with Myotonic Dystrophy Type 1.
Publication of a new systematic review provides insights into clinical outcome measures for DM2.
Induced pluripotential stem cells (iPSCs) from DM2 provide new tools for CNS-focused mechanistic and translational studies.
A new publication finds a complex mechanism of action of furamidine in DM1 models.
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