Using neurons created from iPS cells derived from people with ALS, researchers develop a new drug which appears to halt the impact of the genetic mutations in some forms of ALS and dementia.
Researchers have identified a new toxic entity associated with genetically inherited forms of frontotemporal dementia and motor neuron disease.
Researchers discover a surprising degree of variation among the genomes of individual neurons taken from the same brain.
Researchers discover a new way of reducing disease toxicity in ALS which slows the dysfunction of neurons.
Researchers discover UPF1 helps determine whether an immature neural cell remains as a stem cell or develops into a functional neuron.
Researchers discover a new way that circadian rhythm is regulated by long non-coding RNA.
Researchers utilize new technique to track down the source of a neurological disorder in a young girl.
The gene Gomafu might be key to understanding how our brain rapidly responds to stressful experiences, researchers report.