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The protein profile of restless leg syndrome

A protein profile of people with restless leg syndrome (RLS) identifies factors behind disrupted sleep, cardiovascular dysfunction and pain, according to new research. The research gives insights into the disorder, and could be useful in the development of new treatments.
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