Published in the journal Brain, the study describes the functional effects of rare ‘mitochondrial complex III’ mutations in familial Parkinson’s disease.
New study lends insights into factors that could help predict the efficacy of gene therapies using a genetically engineered antibody to target abnormal tau proteins.
Trial drug combination shows potential to prolong survival of ALS patients by more than six months.
A sedation drug shows promise to serve as a protective therapy for patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage, new review concludes.
UF researchers team up with international partners to improve understanding and treatment of two rare hereditary neuromuscular disorders.
Yuqing Li and Dr. Yuning Liu’s findings published in the journal Brain Research Bulletin.
Study uncovers research areas considered most pressing by patients and caretakers.
New research suggests sex hormones may influence risk-taking inclinations & ability to delay gratification in rats.
Dr. Brent Reynolds and colleagues examine similarities between wildlife and cancer cells.
Researchers will evaluate the impact of in-vehicle technologies.