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New research from BSWRI offers model to identify progression mechanism of, and therapies for, α-Synucleinopathic neurodegenerative disorders

Baylor Scott & White Research Institute researcher Erxi Wu, Ph.D. recently co-authored a paper published in Nature Communications, demonstrating the successful creation of a mouse model of pure autonomic dysfunction caused by α-Syn pathology. Researchers believe this model could help establish mechanistic links between the transmission of pathological α-Syn and the cardinal features of autonomic dysfunction in α-Synucleinopathy.

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BSWRI researcher publishes findings pertaining to therapeutic advances in medical oncology

BSWRI researcher Erxi Wu, Ph.D. recently co-authored a paper published in Therapeutic Advances in Medical Oncology, which offered research perspectives on the targeting of SLIT/ROBO pathways. The paper, titled “Targeting the SLIT/ROBO pathway in tumor progression: molecular mechanisms and therapeutic perspectives” was written in collaboration with researchers at Xi’an Jiaotong University in China.

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