Scientists study biology of mending a broken heart

A study in Nature Communications from the Cincinnati Children’s Heart Institute suggest scientists might be on to a way to preserve heart function after heart attacks or for people with certain inherited heart defects.

Led by Katherine Yutzey, PhD, a cardiovascular molecular biologist at the Cincinnati Children’s Heart Institute, the study was covered by a number of news and trade media outlets, including this story in The London Economic.

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