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New hereditary spastic paraplegia research

New hereditary spastic paraplegia research

Possible cure for sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)

Possible cure for sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)

Mitochondria in spinal cords is Lou Gehrig’s disease target according researchers

Mitochondria in spinal cords is Lou Gehrig’s disease target according researchers

Identification of a naturally occurring genetic difference that controls the production of serotonin in the brain

Identification of a naturally occurring genetic difference that controls the production of serotonin in the brain

Researchers shed new light on the function of huntingtin, the protein whose mutation underlies Huntington’s disease

Researchers shed new light on the function of huntingtin, the protein whose mutation underlies Huntington’s disease

Research to unravel exactly what is going on chemically, when Alzheimer's sets in

Research to unravel exactly what is going on chemically, when Alzheimer's sets in

People who have early stage Alzheimer's disease could be more capable of learning than previously thought

People who have early stage Alzheimer's disease could be more capable of learning than previously thought

Protein called Rac controls a number of biological processes and is directly implicated in several human diseases

Protein called Rac controls a number of biological processes and is directly implicated in several human diseases

Positron emission tomography offers a better way to observe the damage that strokes and neurodegenerative diseases wreak on brain cells

Positron emission tomography offers a better way to observe the damage that strokes and neurodegenerative diseases wreak on brain cells

Research describes how nerve growth factor stimulates a sequence of proteins that promote nerve growth

Research describes how nerve growth factor stimulates a sequence of proteins that promote nerve growth

A Center for Human Genetics/Genomics has been established at the University of California

A Center for Human Genetics/Genomics has been established at the University of California

Michael J. Fox Foundation funds $2 million to solve midbrain system mysteries

Michael J. Fox Foundation funds $2 million to solve midbrain system mysteries

Discovery of gene that causes a rare juvenile-onset form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)

Discovery of gene that causes a rare juvenile-onset form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)

Scientists use genetic engineering to work out how odors are encoded

Scientists use genetic engineering to work out how odors are encoded

Experimental therapy improves arm function in chronically impaired stroke survivors

Experimental therapy improves arm function in chronically impaired stroke survivors

Research suggests the brain is a much more sensitive organ than originally perceived, sensitive to the tiniest of chemical signals

Research suggests the brain is a much more sensitive organ than originally perceived, sensitive to the tiniest of chemical signals

Implantable chip could serve as a prosthetic retina for people who suffer from age-related blindness

Implantable chip could serve as a prosthetic retina for people who suffer from age-related blindness

Fat hormone leptin affects a specific type of target neurons in the brain

Fat hormone leptin affects a specific type of target neurons in the brain

3dgenome program should lead to a breakthrough in our understanding of how our genome functions

3dgenome program should lead to a breakthrough in our understanding of how our genome functions

New clues into the mystery of the brain’s ultra-complicated cells known as neurons

New clues into the mystery of the brain’s ultra-complicated cells known as neurons