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Comment by blazedad on August 1, 2016 at 10:38pm

"waronals.org-brandeis-university/ The BF-ALS @ Brandeis is critical to the ALS research and training the next generation of ALS researchers"

Comment by blazedad on July 27, 2016 at 10:55am

Robert Blais Our foundation"s support has and is around "basic science research", this is where the discoveries are found, then the practical application may be applied...a # of genes have been "isolated"...now the triggers of theses genes in terms of "turing on" the cause of what develops afterwood...so, "we must continue the good fight"...FREEDOM...(from ALS)...thank you all who are working towards a solution...G-D bless, your friend, "the-blazeman"...(alswarriorpoet-spirit).

Comment by blazedad on July 10, 2016 at 1:42pm
Comment by blazedad on July 10, 2016 at 12:53pm

Year 3 results

Rerouting BMP receptor traffic suppresses synaptic growth defects in an ALS model: A

manuscript describing the results of our work on growth factor signaling and membrane traffic in

a fruit fly model of ALS has been submitted. In this manuscript, we describe the finding that

growth factor signaling is reduced in ALS models, define the specific points of the membrane

transport process that are disrupted, and show that rerouting membrane traffic can restore growth

factor signaling, synaptic growth, and motor function. These results show where and how we can

alter membrane trafficking pathways to rescue motor neuron defects in ALS, and will guide our

next steps in the mammalian system.

Comment by blazedad on July 10, 2016 at 12:48pm

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