Articles with the topic: buzz-prize

NUB1: enhancing clearance to decrease mutant huntingtin

NUB1: enhancing clearance to decrease mutant huntingtin

NUB1 increases mutant huntingtin removal from cells, reducing the toxic effects of HD in fruit flies

Lakshini MendisMay 12, 2014

Joint HDBuzz Prizewinner: Yeast studies suggest a new way to protect cells from 'oxidative damage'

Joint HDBuzz Prizewinner: Yeast studies suggest a new way to protect cells from 'oxidative damage'

Researchers identify Gpx1, a protein that may be protective in HD. An existing drug can mimic its antioxidant effect.

Leora FoxFebruary 05, 2014

Joint HDBuzz Prizewinner: Pennies for your neurons — copper’s bad influence on Huntington’s disease

Joint HDBuzz Prizewinner: Pennies for your neurons — copper’s bad influence on Huntington’s disease

There is copper in your brain! Check out how copper and the Huntington’s disease protein are partners in crime.

Terry Jo BichellJanuary 30, 2014

The 2013 HDBuzz Prize for Young Science Writers

The 2013 HDBuzz Prize for Young Science Writers

Announcing the 2013 HDBuzz Prize for Young Science Writers!

Dr Ed WildSeptember 02, 2013

HDBuzz Prize runner-up 2012: Fruit flies, faulty connections and Huntington's disease

HDBuzz Prize runner-up 2012: Fruit flies, faulty connections and Huntington's disease

Recent study in fruit flies identifies a new connection between synapses and HD

Dr Tamara MaiuriNovember 16, 2012

HDBuzz Prize winner 2012: Deep brain stimulation for HD

HDBuzz Prize winner 2012: Deep brain stimulation for HD

HDBuzz Prizewinner 2012: Deep brain stimulation to treat uncontrollable movements called chorea in Huntington's disea

Melissa ChristiansonOctober 29, 2012

The HDBuzz Prize for young science writers

The HDBuzz Prize for young science writers

Announcing the HDBuzz Prize for young science writers!

Dr Ed WildMay 03, 2012