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Motor Neuron Resilience Model a Boost for ALS Research

News   May 13, 2019 | Original story from the Karolinska Institute

 
Stem Cell Resilience Model of Oculomotor Neurons a Boost for ALS Research

Researchers at KI have successfully created neurons that control our eye movements – oculomotor neurons – from embryonic stem cells. The cell culture system can be used to understand how ALS affects neurons. Image credit: Karolinska Institute

 
 
 

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