Barron L. Lincoln

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Neurodegenerative diseases affect millions of people worldwide, and as the global population ages, there is a critical need to improve our understanding of the molecular and cellular mechanisms that drive neurodegeneration. At the molecular level, neurodegeneration involves the activation of complex signaling pathways that drive the active destruction of(More)
Neurodegenerative diseases are extremely prevalent in today’s society and, according to the World Health Organization, are currently listed as the third leading cause of death, following cancer and heart disease (Gammon, 2014). The seminal characteristic of neuro-muscular degeneration is the complete disruption of the circuit between the brain, peripheral(More)
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