In “Ryanodine-receptor channel” is a protein called calstabin2, which is supposed to keep the channel closed between heartbeats so calcium can’t leak out.
Experimental new drug, code-named JTV519, works by enhancing the natural protein’s ability to close the channel.
May prevent deadly arrhythmias.
Search JTV519 or JTV-519 on PubMed
Columbia University — Science Magazine
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