Research Highlights

New technology to help find drugs

Posted - November 2010 in Research Highlights

Neuron regrowth can be tracked

Large HSP study in Spain

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370 tested for SPG4 & SPG3A

New way to assess and track HSP

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Imaging ‘white matter’ in the brain

Prevalence of main HSP genes tested

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Genetic screening of 120 HSPers

Understanding Atlastin mutations

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Zebrafish study sheds light

Description of SPG3A HSP

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Early onset but normally uncomplicated

Links found between SPG3A and SPG6

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Common pathway maintaining nerve function

Spastin & Katanin do different jobs

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Both important for healthy cells

Study of 150 Dutch with SPG4 HSP

Posted - July 2010 in Research Highlights

Huge diversity found

Large Russian study of SPG4 HSP

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Lower prevalence rate found

New HSP gene discovered

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Link between HSP and DNA repair

What cells are made of

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HSP and ‘shaping’ proteins

Not all SPG4 HSP the same

Posted - July 2010 in Research Highlights

Insufficient spastin not the only cause

Understanding the HSP mechanism

Posted - March 2010 in Research Highlights

Exactly what happens?

Microtubules a key to HSP

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More evidence from main genes

Growing Diseases In A Dish

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New kind of stem cell

Skin Cells to Neurons

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Who needs iPS stem cells?

Cholesterol and SPG5 HSP

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Lower cholesterol good for you?

Link between HSP & ALS

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Spatacsin mutations cause both HSP & ALS

Gene Therapy success

Posted - December 2009 in Research Highlights

World first

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