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Huntingtin suppression could restore cognitive and psychiatric impairments in mice

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A new study from the University of British Columbia (Canada) has revealed that reducing mutated Huntington disease (HD) protein in the brain could restore cognitive and psychiatric impairments in mice.

Approximately one in 7000 people in Canada has HD and every child of a person with the disease has a 50% chance of inheriting the gene that causes the illness.

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