Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy is caused by mutations in any of at least 15 different genes and affects 1 in 14,500 to 1 in 123,000 annually. Individuals with Limb Girdle … Continue Reading Precision medicine for severe muscular dystrophy heads for clinical trials.
Almost a decade ago scientists first described the clumps of TDP-43 that commonly appear in the degenerated brain or nerve cells of those with FTD or ALS. However, whether the … Continue Reading Researchers identify the mechanism of protein clumps in the brain of patients with ALS.
RNA is both the bridge between DNA and the production of proteins known to carry out the functions of life, guiding the amount and type of protein mades. As messenger … Continue Reading The first ever study to map splicing changes during T cell development has been published.
A study led by researchers from the University of Toronto and the Centre for Genomic Regulation has described a group of small DNA fragments that are key in neuron regulation … Continue Reading Neurogenetics study detects and identifies the function of microexons for the first time.