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Maria Celej

National University of Cordoba
Cordoba, Argentina

Alzheimer’s Risk Genes Interact in Immune Cells

RESEARCH NEWS 2015-10-02 Research News Do Alzheimer’s risk genes act as lone wolves, or do they run as a pack? A paper in the 28 September Nature Neuroscience suggests the latter. Researchers led by Philip De Jager and Elizabeth Bradshaw at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, ...

Jeremy Garson on Do Sleeper Viruses Awaken in ALS?

COMMENT Several prior strands of evidence (mainly indirect) pointed to the possibility of retroviral involvement in ALS. These can be summarized as follows: Since the 1980s, certain murine retroviruses have been known to cause a motor-neuron disease in mice. The ...

Do Sleeper Viruses Awaken in ALS?

RESEARCH NEWS 2015-10-02 Research News A hibernating retrovirus, prodded from slumber, can provoke neurodegeneration, according to a paper in the September 30 Science Translational Medicine. Human endogenous retrovirus-K pumps out viral RNA and proteins in a subset of amyotrophic ...

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