This informative video from Osmosis discusses the genetics behind both Duchenne and Becker muscular dystrophy.
The film uses hand-drawn diagrams to highlight the mutated genes and proteins responsible for the disease, explains why these types of muscular dystrophy are more likely to happen to males than females and illustrates some of the early signs and symptoms of both forms.
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