Possible Drug Target Identified for Cystic Fibrosis


An age-dependent increase in ceramide levels in the lungs of mice with cystic fibrosis causes many of the symptoms of the disease, which can be reversed by an inhibitor that normalizes ceramide levels, according to research published online March 30 in Nature Medicine.

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