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A role for the polyQ protein ataxin 2 in ALS was identified using yeast (top left), fruit fly models (top middle), human ALS motor neurons (top right) and genetic analysis in ALS patients (bottom).

Credit: Aaron Gitler, PhD, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

  A role for the polyQ protein ataxin 2 in ALS was identified using yeast (top left), fruit fly models (top middle), human ALS motor neurons (top right) and genetic analysis in ALS patients (bottom).
 


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