Progress continues with CHDI's strategic efforts to develop treatments for Huntington's Disease.
The Predict-HD study has identified early, subtle, measurable changes that take place 10-20 years before diagnosis.
A loss of BDNF in adult mice leads to overeating and obesity.
Normal mice exposed to music have an increase in BDNF in the hippocampus.
Researchers restored the capacity to retain new memories in fragile X syndrome mice by infusing BDNF to the hippocampus region.
In a landmark study, researchers administered BDNF and noggin and induced neurogenesis and prolonged life in the R6/2 mice.
New and exciting research at the University of Leeds unveils new opportunities for promising treatmentment for Huntington disease patients.
The HD protein causes a depletion in cellular energy but not through direct effects on the mitochondria, the cell's energy factory.