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Nanotubes enable movement of toxic protein linked to Huntington's disease

03:25 EDT 11 May 2019 | News-Medical.net

A toxic protein linked to Huntington's disease can move from neuron to neuron through a nanotube tunnel whose construction is initiated by a protein called Rhes, say scientists at Scripps Research.

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