http://joetom.org/masljana/1983 We are excited to be part of Fratta lab’s new paper: Mice with endogenous TDP-43 mutations exhibit gain of splicing function and characteristics of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Fratta P, Sivakumar P, Humphrey J, Lo K, Ricketts T, Oliveira H, Brito-Armas JM, Kalmar B, Ule A, Yu Y, Birsa N, Bodo…watch
rencontre link Our new paper Sense and antisense RNA are not toxic in Drosophila models of C9orf72-associated ALS/FTD (Moens et al.) is now published on Acta Neuropathologica March 2018, Volume 135, Issue 3, pp 445–457
http://colombiatourstickets.com/?viowq=site-de-rencontre-femme-en-ligne&ee0=f5 Welcome to Sally Salomonsson who has just started an MRC-funded PhD with us to work on C9orf72
follow Our latest paper showing G-quadruplex-binding small molecules reduce pathology in C9orf72 iPSC-neurons and Drosophila models is just out in EMBO Molecular Medicine – early online version can be found here
http://creatingsparks.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?endonezit=what-are-binary-options-investopedia' Our lab head Adrian is giving a talk on C9orf72 at the University of Oslo on Friday Nov 10 as part of a workshop “Model Systems to Investigate Neurodegeneration”
what first base in dating Our PI Dr Isaacs is giving a lecture at University of Edinburgh on 26th of September 2017 as part of UE Neuroscience Seminar. The talk is titled “C9orf72 FTD and ALS – Mechanisms and therapeutics” and will be given at Lecture Theatre A, Chancellors Building, 13:00.
follow Our lab head Dr Adrian Isaacs will be giving a talk on our C9orf72 work at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in London in July
click here Our news and views article on the development of new biomarkers for C9orf72 FTD/ALS is now out in EMBO Molecular Medicine.