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Dr. Darren Monckton explains the current research concerning the significance of CTG repeats for persons with DM1.

Dr. Matt Disney and Dr. John Day provide an overview of the DM2 disease mechanism and describe how compounds can be designed as potential therapies for this disease.

Dr. Darren Monckton describes anticipation, the process by which the disease increases in severity as it is passed from generation to generation, a unique feature of myotonic dystrophy.

Watch Part 1 of this series.

Dr. Darren Monckton describes anticipation in myotonic dystrophy, the process by which the disease increases in severity as it is passed from generation to generation.

Watch Part 2 of this series

Judith Ranells, M.D., University of South Florida

Darren Monckton, B.Sc., Ph.D., University of Glasgow

Katharine Hagerman, Ph.D., University of Rochester Medical Center

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