All posts by Amber Dance


Could a cancer medicine targeting PARPs potentially be repurposed as a therapy for ALS? A new study suggests its a possibility.

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Meeting ALS at the Junction

Motor neurons, and methods to protect them, get much of the attention in ALS. But there’s something that goes wrong before motor neurons degenerate: their axons detach from muscle fibers, noted J. Hickman of the University of Central Florida (UCF) in Orlando: “We believe that the initial disease pathology occurs at the neuromuscular junction.” Worth […]

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