Publication:’ cause locomotor defects and abnormal development of subtype – specific GABAergic interneurons by liganded thyroid hormone receptor alpha 1′ Karin Wallis, Maria Sj gren, Nobel Assemblylinden, Gilad Silberberg, Kristina Nordstr m, Lars Larsson, H kan Westerblad, Gabriela Morreale de Escobar, Oleg Shupliakov, Bj rn Vennstr m the Journal of Neuroscience, February 2008.
The study used gene modified mice with a mutation in one of the two receptors for thyroid hormone. The discovery that patients with mutations of the same receptor are first identified and treated.‘.. As they found that as others undertakings – mice on man – it is an error in memory in memory to aging. In the case of the fruit, will the capability memories takes a few hours form be lost due to age-related impairment of the function of particular neurons. Interestingly, the researchers found that support the same neurons can make these age-related memory disorders reversed. Medium-term study of neurones identify the human, in principle at least potentially develop new drugs to taken these neurons and rescue the memories hit by aging,’Davis said.
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