Faulty gene triggers fatal heart condition; Chemokines' role in breast cancer metastasis highlighted;

> A team of scientists at the University of Manchester has linked a faulty gene with a fatal heart condition called CPVT (catecholaminergic polymorphic ventricular tachycardia). Release

> A project at the University of Edinburgh has highlighted the role of signaling molecules called chemokines in breast cancer metastasis. Release

> Associate Professor Kunihiro Sakuma and his colleagues at Toyohashi Tech say they've made progress in understanding the mechanism behind sarcopenia, or muscle loss--a key focus in aging research. Release

> A new study concludes that early and intensive treatment of autism can help improve outcomes for patients by the time they are 6 years old. Release

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