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ALS Alert Newsletter: December 2019

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Dec 1
2019
Two Packard Center researchers have identified a protein called RPS25 that helps to regulate the abnormal cellular processes caused by the C9ORF72 mutations.
Read the full article in Nature Neuroscience.
Dec 1
2019
On Saturday, May 2, 2020, the Packard Center will host the 14th annual Fiesta 5k for ALS Research!
Dec 1
2019
Make a donation this December and help bring hope to someone with ALS.
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Dec 1
2019
Research approach emphasizes open collaboration, data mining technology and AI
Read the full article on www.avanade.com
Dec 1
2019
A team of Packard researchers have identified a protein that may help reduce the production of some of the toxic by-products of the C9ORF72 repeat expansion.
Read the original article in Neuron.
Dec 1
2019
Packard Investigator Udai Pandey of the University of Pittsburgh led an international team that found a protein called muscleblind modifies the toxicity of ALS-linked mutations in a second protein called FUS (Fused in Sarcoma).