It all comes down to a dimmer switch. 
Ever see one of those circular knobs on the wall?

Those dimmer switches let you adjust your lighting until it's just right

Well, the USP7 gene is just like one of those switches. It fine-tunes everything in your cells to exactly the correct levels. 

When those levels are right on, then your cells recycle proteins properly. But if the levels are off, that recycling doesn't work. 

And we're pretty sure that the faulty recycling is what causes this disease in our kids. 

We have a plan to fix the dimmer switch that is USP7.