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ur limbs wouldn’t move properly if our cells didn’t start pumping out an adult form of certain proteins, rather than the fetal form, at a key moment in their development.

Now, researchers have begun playing with that process — and their discoveries shed new light on a number of muscular disorders. The findings could also suggest new avenues for treatment.

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