Genes Involved in Inflammation, Cellular Structure May Be Therapeutic Targets in Huntington’s
Jul 18, 2018 01:05 pm | Jose Marques Lopes, PhD
Targeting specific genes involved in inflammation and cellular structure may be a therapeutic strategy to reduce protein clumps in patients with Huntington’s disease, according to researchers. Their study, “High-Throughput Functional Analysis Distinguishes Pathogenic, Nonpathogenic, and Compensatory Transcriptional Changes in Neurodegeneration,” appeared in the journal Cell Systems. Neurodegenerative disorders affect the activity of many genes across […]
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