Researchers discover that fruit fly mutation holds clues for treating motor neuron diseases

21:48 EDT 8 Apr 2013 | The Medical News

A team of researchers, led by Marc Freeman, PhD, an early career scientist with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and associate professor of neurobiology at the University of Massachusetts Medical School have discovered a gene in the fruit fly Dros...

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