HDAC6 inhibitors as a treatment for Rett syndrome: Resolving neuronal trafficking deficits
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|Dr Nicole Van Bergen||Personal web page|
|Professor John Christodoulou||Personal web page|
We hypothesize that correcting the cytoskeletal defect in MECP2-deficient neuronal cells using HDAC6 inhibitors that correct the is cytoskeletal defect could underlie a therapeutic solution for Rett syndrome.
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