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FGFR3 is a protein that effects the cells within bones. it is found in all bone throughout the human body, but is more prevalent in both lower and upper leg bones, Femur, Fibula and Tibia bones.
FGFR3 is a receptor protein that play a role in how long the bone can grow before the natural growth stops in late teenage years. This is what determinds your final height.
The exact function of the protein is to regulate and slow bone growth at this age. The FGFR3 protein is known to be over produced in very short people.
There are now some biotechnology companies in both the USA, India and China undertaking research looking at how to slow the production of this protein during early teen and pre pubescent years. We hope this can soon go to clinical trials and have positive results.