Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting

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Hot off the press from the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting: 

 

October 21—Antisense Oligonucleotides Target Eight of the Most Common Variations of the Mutant Huntington's Disease Gene

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October 21—An Anti-Tau Antibody Reverses Cognitive and Motor Deficits in Animal Model

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October 21—A Novel Approach to Preventing Abeta Formation 

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October 21—A Novel Gene Silencing Strategy Reduces the Mutant Huntingtin Gene to Near-Normal Levels

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October 20—An Epigenetic Key to Strengthening Memory in Aging Brains

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October 20—Phenylbutyrate, Approved for a Rare Metabolic Disorder in Infants, Appears Promising for Parkinson’s

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