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Scientists find way to reverse malfunctioning protein clumps involved in ALS

12:27 EDT 22 Sep 2016 | News-Medical.net

In the quest to understand the driving forces behind neurodegenerative diseases, researchers in recent years have zeroed in on clumps of malfunctioning proteins thought to kill neurons in the brain and spinal cord by jamming their cellular machinery.

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