Image of the Day: ALS Association

Within the mouse dentate gyrus—pictured here with neurons (green) and stem cells (red) visible—scientists have discovered the expression of the murine version of a human amyotrophic lateral sclerosis–associated gene.

Aug 1, 2016
The Scientist Staff

UNIVERSITY OF BATH, ANDREW L BASHFORD AND VASANTA SUBRAMANIAN (See R. Ferguson et al., “Dynamic expression of the mouse orthologue of the human amyotropic lateral sclerosis associated gene C9orf72 during central nervous system development and neuronal differentiation,” Journal of Anatomy, 2016.)