Different Gene Expression in Male and Female Brains May Help Explain Sex Differences in Brain Disorder
A new study reveals that there are widespread differences in how genes are expressed in male and female brains.
Researchers use a novel sequencing method to identify a group of genes used by microglia to sense pathogenic organisms, toxins and damaged neurons.
Researchers use a novel genomic approach to better understand genetic mutations associated with familial Alzheimer’s disease.
Rapamycin, a transplant anti-rejection drug, enhances survival and reduces the disease progression in a mouse model of Leigh’s syndrome, a new study reports.