Published in Blood Weekly, March 17th, 2005
The research details the sequence of molecular events that guide embryonic stem cells into becoming motor neurons, the cells that make muscles contract. ALS is commonly known as Lou Gehrig disease.
The findings, published in the advance, online version of the journal Nature Biotechnology, will guide researchers towards new therapies for the disease. According to ALSA Science Director, Lucie Bruijn, PhD, "The ability to...
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