Scientists will determine how to activate genes that encode proteins

Scientists at TSU and Moscow State University are conducting a study of the genes responsible for producing myokines, anti-inflammatory proteins. These compounds play an important role in regulating metabolism in bone and adipose tissues and in the functioning of the brain and digestive organs, and they are a promising tool for correcting various disorders. The researchers are planning to develop and test ways to activate the production of therapeutic proteins to create new therapeutic approaches.

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