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JoVE: Journal of Visualized Experiments
Impairment in olfactory function is a common feature in many neurodegenerative disorders including Parkinson, Alzheimer, and Huntington diseases. In the present article, we describe a set of tests ...
Nature Genetics
Nature Genetics 46, 928 (2014). doi:10.1038/ng.3072 Authors: Louise van der Weyden, Marco Ranzani & David J Adams A new study describes a tool, Lentihop, for somatic insertio...
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Stroke Biomarkers: Current Status, Future Promise is part of AACC’s 2014 Clinical Chemistry Series of webinars. During this informative program, Dr. Robert Christenson will discuss how stroke is...
PubMed Search: Cell banking
Research studies on pathologies affecting the posterior segment of the eye are usually carried out either in animal models or cell lines of human origin that mimic the molecular patterns occurring ...
Neuroscience News Updates
Researchers provide evidence that an absence of MK2/3 is linked to early signs of dementia.
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