Meet RBM45. This RNA-binding protein and relatively new player in the ALS field associates with stress-induced structures in the cytoplasm and nucleus.
A philanthropic organization has donated $177 million to train thought leaders from developing nations in dementia care and prevention.
Scientists say treatments to muzzle faulty genes are making some headway.
Researchers propose the same phenomenon explains poor clinical trial results.
John Hardy wins the Breakthrough Prize for his seminal research into the genetic underpinnings of Alzheimer’s disease.
Scientists at SfN offer alternate views of Bin1 biology.
Scientists start to unravel role played by genetic risk variants.
Two drugs that boost α-synuclein clearance have passed Phase 1 safety benchmarks, and a stem cell strategy is poised to enter trials, reported scientists at SfN 2015.
The protein creeps up in the cerebrospinal fluid as the disease worsens.
More-active animals maintained healthier neurovascular systems if they carried the ApoE gene.
Researchers at SfN 2015 outlined perinatal treatments that rescued cognition in mouse models of the disease.
The RNA-binding protein hnRNP A3 can help rid a cell of the repeat RNAs, but the RNAs interfere with its nuclear localization.
Research presented at SfN strengthens the case that microglia gorge on synapses in some neurodegenerative and neurodevelopmental disorders.
Researchers think montelukast could hold promise for people with neurodegenerative disease.
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