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Synonyms for ALS

thickening of tissue in the motor tracts of the lateral columns and anterior horns of the spinal cord

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Therapeutic gene silencing delivered by a chemically modified small interfering RNA against mutant SOD1 slows amyotrophic lateral sclerosis progression.
gattii 10-loci MLST, for the accepted consensus MLST scheme (CAP59, GPD1, IGS1, LAC1, PLB1, SOD1, and URA5) (9), and a previously launched C.
Any increase in SOD1 catalytic activity, therefore, produces an excess of [H.
Mice null for cytosolic SOD1 and extracellular SOD3 are viable (Matzuk et al.
Genome-wide association analysis reveals a SOD1 mutation in canine degenerative myelopathy that resembles amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
While the cause of most cases of ALS is unknown, scientists do know that SOD1 plays a role in approximately 3 or 4 percent of cases - providing an opportunity to study the disease's initial steps, which occur long before key nerve cells appear sick or die.
For MLST analysis, DNA fragments of 8 unlinked genes that included CAPIO, GPD, IGS1, LAC1, PLB1, SOD1, TEF1, and URE1, were amplified by PCR (10) from 6 randomly chosen C.
Dozens of drugs have been tested, based simply on the premise of having a mechanism of action hypothetically relevant to the disease or simply based on a neuroprotective effect in vitro, in other disease settings, or in the SOD1 animal model.
The collaborative, which now has funding to proceed with $5 million in Ice Bucket Challenge funding from The ALS Association, will focus on the following: (1) development of antisense therapy for the C9orf72 gene, the most common genetic cause of ALS, in partnership with Biogen-Idec and ISIS Pharmaceuticals; (2) gene therapy to down regulate SOD1, the second-most common ALS gene; (3) establishment of a Stem Cell and Motor Neuron Core Facility to create clinical-grade induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cell lines, which will be openly shared with the ALS research community.
Mitochondrial superoxide dismutase SOD2, but not cytosolic SOD1, plays a critical role in protection against glutamate-induced oxidative stress and cell death in HT22 neuronal cells.
SOD1 (copper-zinc SOD) found in cytosol, SOD2 (manganese SOD) found in mitochondria and SOD3 (extracellular SOD) found extracellularly, is known to catalyze dismutation of superoxide radicals into [H.
In contrast, the antioxidant function of SOD1 in CnVG is less crucial for pathogenesis (14).
The CCL4 model was carried out in both wild type (WT) mice and in mice carrying the G37R mutation in the SOD1 gene (SOD1mu mice).
Genetic Markers Identifying ALS SOD1 C9orf72 Fused in Sarcoma (FUS) TDP-43 Potential Biomarker Candidates for ALS TDP-43 pNF-H Cystatin C Other biomarkers Interview with Dr.