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Cure Research for Werner syndrome

Cure Research discussion for Werner syndrome:

A yeast protein similar to the human WRN protein, called SGS1, has been found. Mutations in SGS1 cause yeast to have a shorter lifespan than yeast cells without the mutation, and shown other signs typical of aging in yeast, such as an enlarged and fragmented nucleolus. Using yeast as a model for human aging in general, may give insight into the mechanisms of Werner syndrome and related diseases. (Source: Genes and Disease by the National Center for Biotechnology)

Clinical Trials for Werner syndrome

Some of the clinical trials for Werner syndrome include:

Evidence Based Medicine Research for Werner syndrome

Medical research papers related to Werner syndrome include:

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