Where else have we heard about inhibitory interneuron transplantation as a potential theraputic? That’s right, schizophrenia.
On schizophrenia and interneuron transplantation.
Kudos to you!
You are keeping us up to date on current research, and that’s a magnificent thing.
I find this encouraging because not only would it be great to have a successful treatment for Alzheimer’s, it might lead to faster development of cell therapies because Alzheimer’s research is better funded (than sz) and because it is a fatal progressive illness, the bar is somewhat lower to get a therapeutic to human trials.
Thank you for keeping us posted on this.