Updates from day 3 of the Huntington’s Disease Therapeutics Conference: huntingtin protein - and lowering it
A surprising new paper sheds light on the role of the HD gene early in development. Should we worry?
Completely removing normal huntingtin in adults may disrupt healthy brain function, a recent study suggests.
HDBuzz summarises all the science from the 2017 Huntington's Disease Therapeutics Conference in Malta - day 1
Two recent studies show how a cellular border control system goes wrong in HD, opening new avenues for HD research.
Huntingtin helps fix damaged DNA, a recent study suggests, under the direction of a gene repair protein called ATM.
Is HD a developmental disease? HD stops neurons migrating in developing brain, but maybe we can get them going again
What if some problems in HD were due to something other than a harmful protein?
New technology enables researchers to find ultra-rare mutations in the HD gene, distinct from the one causing HD