Title Demyelination: the GPR17 gene, key; the compound LY294002, possible antidote Degree of recognition International Media name/outlet FELEM Media type Web Country Spain Date 11/05/21 Description The loss of GPR17 is associated with a reduced ability of these precursors to work actively in the regeneration of lost myelin.
LY294002, a small molecular compound, would have the potential to rejuvenate aging oligodendrocyte precursor cells.
URL https://esclerosismultiple.com/desmielinizacion-el-gen-gpr17-ly294002-esclerosis-multiple/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=desmielinizacion-el-gen-gpr17-ly294002-esclerosis-multiple Persons Arthur Butt Title Myelin Loss Plays Key Role in Age-Related Brain Deterioration Degree of recognition International Media name/outlet Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News Media type Web Country United States Date 11/03/21 Description An international research team led by scientists at the University of Portsmouth says it has identified that one of the major factors of age-related brain deterioration is the loss of myelin URL https://www.genengnews.com/news/myelin-loss-plays-key-role-in-age-related-brain-deterioration/ Persons Arthur Butt Title Myelin keeps the brain fit Degree of recognition International Media name/outlet Antik Natur Blog Media type Web Country Germany Date 11/03/21 Description Myelin is a whitish protective layer made of proteins and fats that surrounds the extensions of our nerve cells, the axons. This layer isolates the nerve tracts and thus helps ensure that the electrical impulses that are passed on from one nerve cell to the next are not weakened. This makes the nerve conduction in our body effective even over long distances. URL https://www.wissenschaft.de/bildervideos/bild-der-woche/myelin-haelt-das-gehirn-fit/ Persons Arthur Butt