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MOVR Data Hub is the first and only data hub that aggregates clinical, genetic and patient reported data for multiple neuromuscular diseases. The combination of data collected through MOVR Data Hub will provide a comprehensive understanding of health and patient experiences in a single data repository. MOVR Data Hub has the power to transform health outcomes, accelerate drug development and drive clinical research across multiple neuromuscular diseases, helping to ensure that the next generation of individuals living with neuromuscular disease are afforded every opportunity to thrive.
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To establish a repository of DNA samples collected prospectively from patients with inherited myopathies of unknown molecular and/or biochemical defect. To access residual muscle specimens from diagnostic muscle biopsies obtained as part of the routine medical care. The biospecimens will be used to better understanding the underlying molecular defects and mechanisms of muscle diseases.
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The purpose of this study is to evaluate a novel direct single DNA molecule optical imaging system (Bionano) for the FSHD diagnosis.
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