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Jason D. Doles, Ph.D., and researchers in the Skeletal Muscle Wasting and Progenitor Cell Biology Lab at Mayo Clinic study muscle regeneration, wasting disorders and tissue stem cells using diverse experimental model systems and cutting-edge cell and molecular biology tools and technologies.
Current clinical interventions for muscle wasting are inadequate. Dr. Doles believes that a better understanding of muscle stem cell behavior and function will lead to novel and innovative therapies that boost the endogenous regenerative capacity of skeletal muscle and improve patient quality of life.
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