There is copper in your brain! Check out how copper and the Huntington’s disease protein are partners in crime.
Blocking HDAC4 improves Huntington's disease-related problems in cells and mice - but in a surprising way
Why do certain brain cells die in HD? New research suggests is may be due to the efficiency of cellular recycling
A bolt from the blue - methylene blue may fight Huntington's disease by preventing protein clumps
A new antibody lets scientists identify neurons that are going to die after producing mutant huntingtin
Scientists use beams of neutrons to study the structure of clumps of mutant huntingtin protein
Advanced drug screening techniques help scientists to make drugs that increase cellular recycling in neurons.