Same immune-system proteins may first giveth, then taketh away motor control (Brain, Behavior, and Immunity)

By Morgan Kelly, Office of Communications Princeton University researchers have found that a family of proteins with important roles in the immune system may be responsible for fine-tuning a person's motor control as they grow — and for their gradual loss of muscle function as they age. The research potentially reveals a biological cause of … Continue reading Same immune-system proteins may first giveth, then taketh away motor control (Brain, Behavior, and Immunity)