ANE in the Media
It is not often that ANE is featured in any newspaper, television or magazine articles, here we present a few from around the world. As the links may be removed at any time, please let us know if one is not working for you. Thank you.
The implications of this research are potentially huge. Not only is the NPC central to the operations of the cell, it is also involved in many diseases. Mutations in the NPC are responsible for some incurable cancers, for neurodegenerative and autoimmune diseases such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and acute necrotizing encephalopathy, and for heart conditions including atrial fibrillation and early sudden cardiac death.
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Two-year-old Lucy DeLuis, who died from flu, inspiration for world-first research..
The West Australian – Monday 28th October 2019.
Two-year-old girl Lucy DeLuis, who died from flu, inspiration for world-first research
Mum ‘grieving for son, 6,who can’t eat, sleep or talk after flu.
Hull Daily mail – 22 October 2019.