26 Nov 2013. Researchers are taking aim at amyotrophic lateral sclerosis with an antisense oligonucleotide targeted toward microRNA (miRNA), those nucleic acid snippets that each regulate hundreds of mRNAs.
Making a garden wheelchair accessible for a family affected by motor neurone disease is the focus of a new series fronted by Alan Titchmarsh (Tune in tonight @LoveYourGarden2 - 8pm @itv Alan Titchmarsh transforms the garden of Malcom who is living...
Image kindly provided by Dr Robin Highley, SITraN: (top left) a motor neurone with a skein-like neuronal cytoplasmic inclusion, next to a normal motor neurone (bottom left) on TDP-43 immunohistochemistry.
'I Am Breathing' is a film about Neil Platt, 34, from Fife, who was diagnosed with the condition in 2008. It documents his rapid deterioration and his desire to provide his two-year-old son Oscar with memories before his death in February 2009.
I am breathing a film show at the International Documentary Film Festival in Amsterdam 2012 Neil Platt is dying of Motor Neurone Disease, just months after the birth of his son Oscar. The film will be screened for MND/ALS Global Awareness day.
Jennifer Bedford of the Motor Neurone Disease Association announces their new tool, Red Flag, for supporting GPs to diagnose Motor Neurone Disease. Motor neurone disease (MND) is a devastating progressive ...
Researchers have tied mutations in a gene that causes amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and other neurodegenerative disorders to the toxic buildup of certain proteins and related molecules in cells, including neurons.
Neil Platt's battle with MND is the subject of a new film, I Am Breathing. In the last interview he gave before he died in 2009, published here for the first time, he describes his daily struggle (MND really is an awful awful disease!
The only patient and public invovlement group in the UK available for Motor Neurone Disease (MND) research. Based in Sheffield, members are made up of MND patients, carers and family members affected by the disease who inform the research taking place at the Sheffield Institute for Translation Neuroscience (SITraN).
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