SUMO Proteins Wrestle with Partner to Protect Neurons
By Sharon Kingman
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
A recent study linked the action of two proteins found in the mammalian brain to provide a better understanding of how the brain regulates the activity of neurons to protect them from damage. That discovery could one day lead to new therapies for conditions such as stroke and epilepsy.
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