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ALS Onset Successfully Delayed in Mouse Model

News   Apr 21, 2020 | Original story from the University of Toronto Faculty of Arts and Science

 
ALS Onset Successfully Delayed in Mouse Model

Chemogenetics rescues the health of the molecular network (pink) that surrounds neurons (green) in laboratory models. Scientists used the technique to delay the onset of ALS symptoms. Credit: Courtesy of University of Toronto

 
 
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