Rutgers University Researcher Discovers New Functional Mechanism In Motor Protein Linked To Spread of Bacteria Causing Heart Failure And Strokes

Cardiomyopathy is an insidious disease which often strikes without warning and can lead to heart failure and eventual death. Although the disease can be traced to conditions such as high blood pressure, heart valve or arterial diseases and congenital heart defects, it is also caused by viral infections in the bloodstream.

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