10 Mar

Loss Of Enzyme Reduces Neural Activity In Angelman Syndrome

Loss Of Enzyme Reduces Neural Activity In Angelman Syndrome

New work from Michael Greenberg, chair of the department of neurobiology at Harvard Medical School (HMS), provides insight into the mystery by showing that the lost enzyme, Ube3A, interacts with a key neuronal protein in order to control how environmental input shapes synaptic connections. In other words, loss of Ube3A interferes with the brain’s ability to use environmental experience . . . 

See the article in Science Daily now.

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