The yellow connecting arms, called axons, of diseased human brain cells grow willy-nilly across boundaries of inhibitory chemicals (the red stripes). Healthy axons would precisely follow the dark lanes, giving researchers the opportunity to test the effects of disease-causing mutations on axon growth.
Congratulations to CMB Alumnus Adam Bayless
Congratulations to Adam Bayless, CMB Alumnus, whose paper was recently published at PNAS. Adam is currently working as a Post-Doc at Tufts University. He is working with the Mike Levin and Kelly McLauglin Labs which study …