White Paper - 27 Jan 2020
This article discusses the roles of tau and alpha synuclien in neurodegenerative disease.
White Paper - 15 Dec 2017
This article shows how the root cause of neurodegeneration is identified with a variety of neuroinflammation research tools to detect proinflammatory mediators, aggregated proteins and glia in...
News - 31 Jul 2012
Trophos SA, a clinical stage pharmaceutical company developing innovative therapeutics from discovery to clinical validation for indications with under-served needs in neurology and cardiology,...
News - 6 Jul 2018
Nearly all major neurodegenerative diseases - from Alzheimer's to Parkinson's - are defined and diagnosed by the presence of one of four proteins that have gone rogue: tau, amyloid-beta,...
White Paper - 19 Jul 2019
Progressive neuron death, otherwise known as neurodegeneration, commonly leads to loss of function and structure in the brain.
News - 13 Sep 2021
A new study by researchers at University of Illinois Chicago suggests that when the protein optineurin, or OPTN, is present in cells it restricts the spread of HSV-1, the herpes simplex virus type 1.
News - 17 Aug 2021
Cells translate their genetic material at rapid rates with exquisite precision to reproduce, repair damage or even combat disease.
News - 13 Aug 2021
Some proteins in cells can separate into small droplets like oil droplets in water, but faults in this process may underlie neurodegenerative diseases in the brains of older people. Now, Rutgers...
News - 12 Aug 2021
Like wear and tear that causes electrical systems to short circuit, neurons in the human nervous system are susceptible to degenerative processes that disrupt the flow of information.
News - 21 Jul 2021
UT Southwestern researchers have identified an immune protein tied to the rare neurodegenerative condition known as Niemann-Pick disease type C.