Replacing cells with HD in the brain could be an effective treatment strategy. Recent work shows that glia injected into mouse brains take over and oust the older cells, but for a surprising reason - because of age, not HD!
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?
Our daily roundup of the science presented at the 2018 HD Therapeutics Conference in Palm Springs
HDBuzz summarises final day of the 2017 Huntington's Disease Therapeutics Conference in Malta
Stem cells and modeling Huntington's disease in our final Therapeutics Conference report
Scientists can now change human skin cells into working neurons, like the ones that are most affected in HD.
A long-term study of the brains of HD patients who received grafts of fetal tissue reveals a surprising result
Watch Ed Wild's address to the European Huntington's Association on how HD research works and the most promising poss
Watch the full video of EuroBuzz day 2 with Jeff Carroll and Ed Wild at the Euro-HD Network Meeting in Stockholm