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Final Report Summary - TAMAHUD (Identification of early disease markers, novel pharmacologically tractable targets and small molecule phenotypic modulators in Huntington's Disease)
There are no known ways of slowing or preventing the neurodegeneration, and clinical trials in man are hampered by the slow disease progression and the absence of suitable biomarkers of short-term progression. The genetics of HD is characterised by, and involves the expansion ...
Programme: FP6-IST
Record Number: 52931
Last updated on: 2011-11-03
Final Report Summary - RATSTREAM (European project on the characterisation of transgenic rat models for neurodegenerative and psychiatric diseases: Automated home cage analyses, live imaging ...)
RATSTREAM was an ambitious European project that aimed to characterise and use three transgenic rat models of neurological diseases which - in humans - present with a wide range of neurological and psychiatric phenotypes: (1) transgenic rat model of HD; (2) transgenic rat ...
Programme: FP6-IST
Record Number: 49782
Last updated on: 2011-04-14
Final Report Summary - PHOTOLYSIS (Development of flash photolysis for deep uncaging in vivo and high throughput characterisation of neurotransmitter gated ion channels in drug discovery)
Signalling within and between cells is usually with small, diffusible molecular messengers that impart specificity, spatial range and direction to the signal propagation. Each messenger binds to and activates one or a few kinds of receptor on the target cells. There are many e...
Programme: FP6-IST
Record Number: 49780
Last updated on: 2011-04-14
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