Figure 7. Immunofluorescence staining of the lumbar spinal cord section of SOD1G93A transgenic mouse transplanted with F3.Olig2-Shh cells.
Image credit: Lee, 2014 under CC BY license

ALS Epidemiology

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The ALS Consortium of Epidemiologic Studies (ACES)

The ACES is a resource for scientists conducting or planning to embark on epidemiological research in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. The site includes standardized questionnaires and methods of data collection to investigate what environmental, genetic and lifestyle risk factors might contribute to ALS. The consortium was established in 2005 by scientists at Stanford University, and is directed by Lorene Nelson, Ph.D.


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