Washington: A chemically synthesised version of the drug `rapamycin`, earlier used as an immunosuppressive agent, could be highly effective in treating kidney diseases, scientists have claimed. Scientists at UC Santa Barbara along with a biotech firm based in Indiana found a signalling protein called mTOR was found to drive cyst growth in polycystic kidney disease. Rapamycin inhibited the growth of cysts, the study found.
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