Buzzilia, day 2: Jeff and Ed's roundup of happenings from the second day of the HD World Congress in Rio de Janeiro
Buzzilia, day 1: Jeff and Ed's roundup of happenings from the opening day of the HD World Congress in Rio de Janeiro
HDBuzz presents 'Buzzilia!', our reports from the 2013 HD World Congress in Rio de Janeiro, from Sun 15 September
Proper contraction of muscles is crucial for coordination; errors in this process might help explain movements in HD
Announcing the 2013 HDBuzz Prize for Young Science Writers!
Canadian scientists have found that the mutant huntingtin protein is less flexible than normal.
Does an ‘intermediate’ CAG repeat count in the Huntington’s disease gene cause brain changes?
What can we learn about depression symptoms in HD by studying mice - how do you know a mouse is even sad?
Gene silencing drug injected into spinal fluid in ALS patients proves safe. Good news for similar planned HD trials.
DNA repair is a critical process to cells, but errors in this process might explain 'repeat instability' in HD
Final results from the TRACK-HD study show very specific changes in HD. We're ready for trials: bring on the drugs!