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central core disease


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A myopathy, characterized by the presence of central core lesions extending the length of type I muscle fibres, that causes ‘floppy infant’ syndrome, in which there is mutation in the ryanodine receptor-1 (RYR1) gene. The cores are areas in which the sarcomeres are disorganized and few mitochondria are present.

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