aufgewickeltes Bassoon-Molekül

Model of the Bassoon proteine

The synapse protein bassoon, which was discovered at the LIN in the 1990s, plays an important role in a new MS study of the University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf: The scientists have discovered that nerve cells react to inflammation with the accumulation of harmful protein aggregates in the cell body. Their research results, which could provide a new therapeutic aspect in multiple sclerosis, have now been published in the journal Nature Neuroscience.

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