ALL NEWS

4591 RESULTS

Sort By:

ALS—Bridging the Way to Therapy

Designed to speed transport and communication, bridges may also be useful for slowing disease. Researchers suggest as much in their review of one promising strategy for slowing the progression of ALS...

Polyglutamine—Gristle for the Proteasome Mill?

Anyone who has minced beef knows that the grinder occasionally gets clogged by a particularly tough bit of meat or gristle. Polyglutamine (polyQ) stretches, it turns out, may have a similar effect on our intracellular protein grinder, the proteasome...

How Much Aβ is Enough?

When it comes to the biological activity of Aβ, a question often pondered is: How much is enough? In the March 31 Journal of Neuroscience, Barry Festoff and colleagues suggest that the answer may be...

Smoking Debate Still Smolders

Everyone knows that smoking is bad for you. But there is some evidence, both epidemiological and molecular, that smokers are at reduced risk for neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's (AD) and Parkinson's (PD)...

Current Filters

  • Date Range : All x

Remove all filters

Filter By

DATE RANGE
  • All
  • Past 7 Days
  • Past 30 Days
  • Past 90 Days
  • Past 12 Months
  • Specific Dates
    1. From
      To

TYPE OF NEWS
DISEASE
TOPIC
BIOMOLECULE