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ALS Progression Revealed by High-res Spinal Cord Study

News   Apr 05, 2019 | Original story from the Simons Foundation

 
ALS Progression Revealed by High-res Spinal Cord Study

TYROBP, a gene linked to ALS, lights up across a thin cross-section of spinal cord tissue from a person with ALS. Expression of the gene is elevated in some regions (yellower dots), a new study shows. Credit: S. Maniatis et al./Science 2019

 
 
 

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