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Rare Brain Disease Research Could Hold Clues for Common Disorders

News   Feb 19, 2019 | Original Press Release from Shinshu University

 
Rare Brain Disease Could Hold Clues for Common Disorders

One of the two X-chromosomes is randomly selected and inactivated in the early embryonic stage in females (X-chromosome inactivation). This process influences the pathology of MICPCH, as it is an X-linked disorder. Credit: Katsuhiko Tabuchi, Shinshu University, Japan

 
 
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