Who Knew What Tau In Oligodendrocytes Can Do?
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Patrizia LoPresti has received training at major universities, including Penn and the University of Chicago. She has made significant contributions in advancing the field of the cytoskeleton in oligodendrocytes and multiple sclerosis, and more recently her work has contributed to understand cognitive decline as an early event during multiple sclerosis disease.

                       

Who Knew What Tau In Oligodendrocytes Can Do?

Being tuned in to the changes in life and staying current makes you young at heart. As life evolves, the ability to adapt moves your life forward, allowing you to thrive. By contrast, functional rigidity would undermine health and, ultimately, life itself. The brain, our most magical place, allows us to imagine, remember, and move. In the brain, cells called oligodendrocytes (OLGs) surround the axons with myelin as these cells can extend cellular processes. It is ultimately the correct thickness...

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