Alexander Disease Research Update - Episode #10: effects of variants in the rod domain on GFAP assembly and aggregation, new ideas about functions of intermediate filaments
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Albee Messing and Natasha Snider discuss the following recent publication:
[04:44] Effects of Alexander disease-associated mutations on the assembly and organization of GFAP intermediate filaments (Molecular Biology of the Cell, in press)
[28:53] Questions from email regarding heritability, penetrance, and skipping generations.
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