Scientists can now change human skin cells into working neurons, like the ones that are most affected in HD.
NUB1 increases mutant huntingtin removal from cells, reducing the toxic effects of HD in fruit flies
Researchers identify Gpx1, a protein that may be protective in HD. An existing drug can mimic its antioxidant effect.
Why do certain brain cells die in HD? New research suggests is may be due to the efficiency of cellular recycling
Canadian scientists have found that the mutant huntingtin protein is less flexible than normal.
New research sheds light on where the huntingtin protein ends up inside our cells, and why
'Discovery-driven' screen reveals new protein networks involved in Huntington's disease damage & new drug targets
Watch the full video of EuroBuzz day 1 with Jeff Carroll and Ed Wild at the Euro-HD Network Meeting in Stockholm
Stem cells from HD patients: becoming important tools for researchers - and now correcting the HD mutation in the lab