Stem cells have been genetically engineered to produce and secrete brain cancer killing toxins, a new study reports.
Researchers use techniques which illuminates subtle changes in proteins and uncover new insights into the underlying causes of ALS.
Researchers describe a new way to convert human skin cells into specific brain cells which are affected by Huntington's, which bypasses the stem cell phase.
TUBA4A is associated with the development of familial ALS, a new study reports.
HSF-1 not only triggers the release of chaperones, it also stabilizes cell cytoskeletons, a new study reports.
A new study reports researchers have created a new framework for protein aggregation under acute stress.
A new study reports autism symptoms develop by the age of 18 months in 57% of children who have an older sibling with ASD.
Researchers provide new evidence of how to target and reverse the effects caused by the most common genetic mutations for Parkinson's.
Dopamine cells derived from stem cells could reverse many features of Parkinson's disease for a number of years.
Researchers report EvC, a rare genetic disorder could protect against bipolar affective disorder.
A new study suggest specific protein instability as a cause of ALS.
New findings could provide additional insight into the cause of glioblastoma and provide new options for personalized therapeutic treatments.
Researchers report finding greater rates of mitochondrial mutations in the offspring of older mothers, as well as the mothers themselves.
Using a new algorithm, researchers find the loss of the KLHL9 gene is a driving force behind glioblastoma brain cancer.
Researchers show how inflammation in pregnant mice can trigger excessive division of neural stem cells in their offspring. This can result in an overgrowth of the brain and autism like behaviors.