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dvdy21428-DVDY21428DevDynsupplementalmovie1.mov933KSupplemental Movie 1 Mice were encouraged to move from a rest position with gentle prodding. Mbnl2 −/− mice had delayed muscle relaxation from rest that appeared to improve with activity. This is compared with a wild type littermate.
dvdy21428-DVDY21428DevDynsupplementalmovie2.mov2189KSupplemental Movie 2 EMG demonstrating myotonia from gastrocnemius muscle of Mbnl2 −/− mouse. This is compared with a wild type littermate.

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