Tenaya Therapeutics to Present Preclinical Data on Its Gene Therapy Programs at the ESGCT 28th Annual Congress
In an oral presentation, Tenaya will present key data on TN-201, its AAV-based gene therapy product candidate for patients carrying mutations of the MYBPC3 gene, the most common genetic cause of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) that affects more than 115,000 patients in
Additionally, a late-breaker poster will be published on the event website including the first preclinical data related to Tenaya’s AAV-based gene therapy program for patients carrying mutations of the PKP2 gene, the most common genetic cause of arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy (ARVC) that affects more than 70,000 patients in
“Prevention of Premature Lethality and Reversal of Cardiac Hypertrophy with an Optimized MYBPC3 Gene Therapy”
This poster will only be available on the ESGCT website on
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