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December 2016 Edition

On Saturday, May 6, 2017, the Packard Center will host the annual Fiesta 5k for ALS Research!
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Hopkins neuroscientists have found that C9orf72 plays an important role in the cell’s recycling system.
A Packard researcher has created UBQLN2 mouse models of ALS-FTD that capture both the molecular pathology and the symptoms of the human disease.
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