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"Neuroscience at the New Millenium"
Gerald D. Fischbach, MD
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Slide 25: An animal model, and sequencing of fly genome, brings hope for finding additional genes and useful therapeutics.
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Slide 26: Another example of the utility of identifying genetics defects and developing animal models of human disease (AD)
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Slide 27: Reasons for hope: analysis of cell death programs
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Slide 28: Many insults converge on common pathways and focus on apoptosis
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Slide 29: Cell death is a part of a normal development program
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Slide 30: Genes involved in apoptosis were identified in c.elegans and found to all have mammalian counterparts
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