Category Archives: Wnt pathway

Entry into the age of genes

This blog post is about trying to understand what goes wrong in Alzheimer disease. I want to start the story 100 years ago… In 1911 Thomas Morgan began the task of locating genes along the length of chromosomes. 100 years later, … Continue reading

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