Bax Inhibition

Dr. Miller’s lab at BBRI, showed that inhibition of protein called Bax, improved life span in mouse models with merosin deficient CMD. The Bax protein is involved in upregulating apoptosis, programmed cell death.

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http://www.bbri.org/ne/archive04.html

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