New gene therapy may help those with achromatopsia, or complete color blindness, to improve visual function. The treatment targets the CNGA3 gene, which is implicated in one-third of achromatopsia cases.
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Social distancing, while essential for public health during the coronavirus pandemic, thwarts the human impulse to draw together in times of danger.
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Computer analysis of patients reveals five clearly defined subgroups of psychosis and bipolar disorder. Those in group two were more likely to exhibit suicidal tendencies, while those in group five, for example, were characterized by schizophrenia diagnosis and lower verbal intelligence scores. Defining the characteristics of the subtypes could lead to improved personalized treatments for psychosis related mental illnesses.
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A new replication of the Marshmallow Test finds the test retains its predictive power, even when the statistical sample is more diverse.
LUM researchers shed light on how an RNA binding protein is involved in learning and memory.