For many years, efforts to remuscularize injured hearts have been stymied by engraftment arrhythmias that can cause the heart to beat too quickly. In a promising breakthrough, researchers in the Murry Lab have discovered a combination of gene edits that quelled the irregular heartbeats in lab animals. Listen to ISCRM Director Chuck Murry discuss the findings and what they could mean for patients in the future.

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