Mutant protein takes babies’ breath away

Researchers had never shown exactly how cells in the brain stem detect carbon dioxide and regulate breathing in humans. After taking a mutation from a two-month-old baby and expressing it in human astrocytes, they did exactly that — and the research may lead to an early warning system to save premature infants with breathing trouble. —> Read More Here


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