A skinny little boy, with mocha skin and curly black hair, lived in the apartment building next door when I was growing up in Brooklyn in the 1960s. I don’t remember his name, but I
Archives for August 2014
UPDATE OCT. 7: Emmanuel (my “son”) and his family, in Liberia, are still all healthy! The post below is from mid-August, when much of the US still didn’t care about Ebola because it wasn’t here.
Glia, perhaps the most underappreciated of cell types, are finally getting some attention. A new report in Science Translational Medicine from Kevin Eggan’s group at the Harvard Stem Cell Institute validates the role of microglia in amyotrophic