Methylprednisolone pulse treatment influences splicing of SFTPC mRNA and promotes processing of pro-SP-C protein in twins with SFTPC mutation

C. Delestrain (Creteil, France), M. Onnee (Creteil, France), A. Aissat (Creteil, France), V. Delattre (Creteil, France), E. Nattes (Creteil, France), B. Costes (Creteil, France), A. De Becdelievre (Creteil, France), S. Simon (Creteil, France), P. Fanen (Creteil, France), R. Epaud (Creteil, France)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Orphan diseases in children
Session: Orphan diseases in children
Session type: Poster Discussion
Number: 632
Disease area: Interstitial lung diseases

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C. Delestrain (Creteil, France), M. Onnee (Creteil, France), A. Aissat (Creteil, France), V. Delattre (Creteil, France), E. Nattes (Creteil, France), B. Costes (Creteil, France), A. De Becdelievre (Creteil, France), S. Simon (Creteil, France), P. Fanen (Creteil, France), R. Epaud (Creteil, France). Methylprednisolone pulse treatment influences splicing of SFTPC mRNA and promotes processing of pro-SP-C protein in twins with SFTPC mutation. 632

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