Cdk5 sinks into ALS.

Abstract

Recent research points to an involvement of deregulated cdk5 activity in the pathogenesis of mutant SOD1-mediated disease. In addition, inhibition of this activity might promote motor neuron survival. These observations have opened the door to further research into the role of cdk5 in ALS and other neurodegenerative diseases.

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@article{Patzke2002Cdk5SI, title={Cdk5 sinks into ALS.}, author={Holger Patzke and Li Huei Tsai}, journal={Trends in neurosciences}, year={2002}, volume={25 1}, pages={8-10} }