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Florence Layburn: Immunohistochemical mapping of huntingtin protein distribution using human brain tissue microarrays

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posted on 2021-09-30, 06:50 authored by Florence LayburnFlorence Layburn
Huntington’s disease is caused be a mutation in the gene encoding the huntingtin (HTT) protein. This study aims to provide a comprehensive profile of HTT protein immunoreactivity in human brain tissue microarrays by utilising a range of antibodies specific to various regions along the HTT protein sequence.

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