Correction for Eisenberg et al., Distinctive patterns of microRNA expression in primary muscular disorders

@article{Eisenberg2008CorrectionFE,
  title={Correction for Eisenberg et al., Distinctive patterns of microRNA expression in primary muscular disorders},
  author={I. Eisenberg and A. Eran and I. Nishino and M. Moggio and C. Lamperti and A. Amato and H. Lidov and P. Kang and K. North and S. Mitrani‐Rosenbaum and K. Flanigan and L. Neely and D. Whitney and A. Beggs and I. Kohane and L. Kunkel},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences},
  year={2008},
  volume={105},
  pages={399 - 399}
}
The primary muscle disorders are a diverse group of diseases caused by various defective structural proteins, abnormal signaling molecules, enzymes and proteins involved in posttranslational modifications, and other mechanisms. Although there is increasing clarification of the primary aberrant cellular processes responsible for these conditions, the decisive factors involved in the secondary pathogenic cascades are still mainly obscure. Given the emerging roles of microRNAs (miRNAs) in… Expand
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