Dr. Dominic Publishes Abstract on Ketones & Kabuki

Updated: May 9

Many of you are familiar with Dr. Dominic D'Agostino of USF. In 2018 we held a fundraiser to support his lab with their efforts to study the effects of ketones on mouse models of Kabuki Syndrome. Dominic shared this recently published abstract with me, noting that a full manuscript is in process.


Due to COVID-19, Dominic and his team are not currently in the lab doing research, but they are eager to get back to it. Learn more about his work and publication on our website at: https://www.allthingskabuki.org/florida-research-d-agostino




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