Published in Genomics and Genetics Weekly, January 5th, 2007
The most common of these abnormalities have never before been shown to play a role in the disease.
TGen researchers, announcing the findings at an international ALS conference in Japan, said the identified differences implicate genes likely to play a role in cell function that controls nerve adhesion, offering a major new avenue for ALS research. TGen researchers...
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