Gene Editing in Patient-derived Heart Cells May Be Useful in FA

Removal of the genetic defect that causes Friedreich’s ataxia (FA) in heart cells derived from a patient with heart disease associated with FA reversed the cells’ abnormal molecular profile, a study shows. This gene-editing strategy could be a useful tool for regenerative medicine aimed at treating heart defects associated with the condition. The study, “Excision of the

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