Examining the evolutionary role of alpha-actinin-3 in adaptive thermogenesis
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- Royal Children’s Hospital/Murdoch Childrens Research Institute
|Professor Kathryn North||Personal web page|
|Dr Peter Houweling||Personal web page|
Using the Actn3 KO mouse, this project will study the role of alpha-actinin-3, in both skeletal muscle and BAT in response to cold stimuli and determine if evolutionary loss is actually our gain.
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