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New Genetic Defect Linked to ALS

News   Jun 11, 2020 | Original story from the University of Maryland School of Medicine

 
New Genetic Defect Linked to ALS

Cells on the left have the normal UBQLN2 gene and the red dots show the cell "garbage removal" process in action. The cells on the right have gene mutations that disrupt this process allowing toxic matter to build up in cells. Credit: University of Maryland School of Medicine

 
 
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