Reducing ribonucleotides, boosting heart function

Jynto [creativecommons license] via Wikimedia Commons

A study from researchers at the University of Washington (Seattle) has shown that long-term improvements in heart function—faster, stronger heart muscle contraction—can be gained by increasing levels of deoxy-adenosine-5′-triphosphate (dATP) in genetically engineered mice.

Lab Anim. (NY) 42, 154 (2013).
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