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    • Myopalladin promotes muscle growth through modulation of the serum response factor pathway 

      Filomena, Maria Carmela; Yamamoto, Daniel L.; Caremani, Marco; Kadarla, Vinay K.; Mastrototaro, Giuseppina; Serio, Simone; Vydyanath, Anupama; Mutarelli, Margherita; Garofalo, Arcamaria; Pertici, Irene; Knoll, Ralph; Nigro, Vincenzo; Luther, Pradeep K.L.; Lieber, Richard L.; Beck, Moriah R.; Linari, Marco; Bang, Marie Louise (Wiley Blackwell, 2019-10-24)
      Background: Myopalladin (MYPN) is a striated muscle-specific, immunoglobulin-containing protein located in the Z-line and I-band of the sarcomere as well as the nucleus. Heterozygous MYPN gene mutations are associated with ...
    • Myopalladin's role in cardiac muscle function and disease 

      Kadarla, Vinay K.; Bigge, Brae Marie; Beck, Moriah R. (Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, 2017-04)
      Decades of research have provided fundamental insight into the human heart’s structure and function. Yet, most cardiac malformations remain a mystery as scientists and clinicians continue to examine how inherited mutations ...
    • Myopalladin's role in cardiac muscle function and disease 

      Kadarla, Vinay K.; Wong, Eric W.; Bang, Marie Louise (Wichita State University, 2016-04-29)
      Decades of research have provided fundamental insight into the human heart's structure and function. Yet, most cardiac malformations remain a mystery as scientists and clinicians continue to examine how inherited mutations ...
    • The role of myopalladin in muscle function and disease 

      Kadarla, Vinay K. (Wichita State University, 2020-05)
      Decades of research have provided fundamental insight into the human heart’s structure and function. Yet, most cardiac malformations remain a mystery as scientists and clinicians continue to examine how inherited mutations ...