The utrophin gene is located on chromosome 6. The protein is a homologue of dystrophin and is known as dystrophin-related protein. In normal muscle, utrophin is restricted to neuromuscular junctions; however, in dystrophin-deficient muscle, utrophin expression may be upregulated and labeling appears around the periphery of most fibers. lmmunohistochemical staining with NCL-DRP2 labels vessels and neuromuscular junctions and the upregulated form of utrophin, located around fiber membranes.
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