Researchers at the University of Sheffield will study which genes are switched on and off in aging flies with toxic protein clumps in the brain.
Funding worth £15,000, will allow researchers at the University of Sheffield to investigate genetic changes linked to frontotemporal dementia (FTD).
Researchers at King’s College London are investigating how the protein TDP-43 is involved in frontotemporal dementia
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Dr Tammaryn Lashley’s team at University College London are expanding their work to find out if different forms of frontotemporal dementia can have different effects on astrocytes, a key cell type in the brain.
Researchers at Imperial College London are investigating how fragments of TDP-43 can trigger the creation of toxic protein clumps in the brain.
Researchers at University College London are studying how different chemical tags on DNA switch genes on or off in FTD.
Researchers at King’s College London are investigating new mechanisms of nerve cell death and the role this might play in frontotemporal dementia
Dementia is thought to affect around 850,000 people in the UK. Most people associate the condition with Alzheimer’s disease, the most common cause of dementia. But there are other diseases that can cause the symptoms of dementia – including frontotemporal dementia (FTD).