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ChM

abbreviation for
(Surgery) Master of Surgery
[Latin Chirurgiae Magister]

chm.

or chmn.,

chairman.
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There is preclinical evidence that ataluren has a therapeutic effect in animal and cell models of aniridia, choroideremia, Usher syndrome, and retinitis pigmentosa caused by RP2, MERTK and CEP290.
- The US Food and Drug Administration has granted orphan drug designation to 4D-110 for the treatment of choroideremia, US-based gene therapeutic products developer 4D Molecular Therapeutics said.
(114.) EudraCT number 2015-001383-18 Open open Label Phase 2 Clinical Trial of Retinal Gene Therapy for Choroideremia Using an Adeno-Associated Viral Vector (AAV2) Encoding Rab-Escort Protein 1 (REP1).
Hot on the heels of the AAV-RPE65 trial, phase 1/2 clinical trials for the X-linked chorioretinopathy choroideremia were initiated [36, 37] following preclinical studies in [Chm.sup.null/WT] mice [38].
Williams, in partnership with Athletes Brand, co-designed a t-shirt in Yankees-themed colors that is being sold to raise proceeds and awareness for the Choroideremia Research Foundation.
Spark Therapeutics, a United States-based gene therapy company, has commenced enrolment in a Phase I/II clinical trial of its product candidate, SPK-CHM to treat patients with choroideremia, an X-linked inherited retinal dystrophy, it was reported yesterday.
He was a member of a Tuesday night bowling league and was a member of the Choroideremia research foundation.
Jonathan Wyatt, 65, and Toby Stroh, 56, were born with a genetic condition called choroideremia which causes people to slowly lose their sight.
Choroideremia is an X-linked disorder, which means that it is caused by a faulty gene, called CHM, on the X chromosome.
looked at six people, diagnosed with choroideremia. Choroideremia is a rare condition that occurs in different stages, starting with night blindness in early childhood, gradually ending up with permanent blindness by middle age.