HDBuzz reports from the annual Huntington’s disease therapeutics conference in Palm Springs
Scientists screen the ENTIRE genome to find new potential therapeutic targets for HD. This ambitious study provides a wealth of data for HD researchers
Researchers show that highly expanded CAGs in the HD gene can cause early developmental changes using 3D brain models called organoids. What’d they find?
Wave Life Sciences announces that its antisense drug WVE-120102 has lowered mutant huntingtin protein in cerebrospinal fluid, but investors seem disappointed. Rather confusing – what do we know for sure?
Researchers got surprisingly lucky when looking for drug molecules to pull mutant huntingtin protein into a cellular garbage disposal machine
Exciting new Huntingtin Lowering work from @SangamoTx and @CHDIfoundation using "Zinc Fingers" to shut down expression of the mutant Huntingtin gene. More details on this exciting new technique here.
UniQure announces key details of its planned trial to assess the safety and ability of AMT-130 gene therapy to lower the problematic huntingtin protein using a ‘single-shot’ virus delivery system.
Hot off the presses - New publication gives more details about the results of Ionis and Roche's safety study with a Huntingtin-lowering ASO
Roche announces an update to the GENERATION HD1 trial after reviewing the ASO open label extension study
Multiple teams find small differences in the 'CAG repeat' bit of the Huntington's disease gene. They don't directly change the huntingtin protein, but do alter the age of symptom onset. What's behind this enigma and what does it mean for patients?
New insights into the huntingtin protein, and further progress in turning genetic quirks that modify the course of HD into treatments, on the final day of the therapeutics conference