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Lay Summaries for all the studies supported by BRAIN UK within the past 12 months. 

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BRAIN UK Study Ref Lay SummaryProject Status
 21/017 Classification and characterisation of high grade gliomas in teenagers and young adults Active
 21/018 In-depth characterisation of muscle pathology in female carriers of dystrophinopathy Active
 21/019 Classification and characterisation of spinal glial tumours Active
 21/020 Developing novel diagnostic and functional mitochondrial assays in muscle and skin biopsies using combinatorial immunohistochemical, in situ hybridisation and proteomic-based techniques Active
 21/021 Are vascular defects present in the spinal cord of Spinal Muscular Atrophy patients? Active
 21/023 To understand the pathophysiology of Amyloid-Related Imaging Abnormalities (ARIA) Active
 21/024 Entrapment of lipoprotein particles in the brain drives Alzheimer’s disease Active
 22/001 A study of telomere biology in gliomas and drivers of genomic instability Active
 22/002 ATR drives glioma cell invasion via macropinocytic integrin recycling Active
 22/003 Role of microglial subtypes in neurodevelopmental brain diseases Active
 22/004 Validation of Trimethyl Histone H3 (Lys27) Antibody Active
 22/005 Single-cell transcriptomics of prion diseases Active
 22/006 TDP-43 pathology and loss of function in the skeletal muscle Active
 22/007 Alpha-synuclein pathology in metachromatic leukodystrophy Active
 22/009 Understanding the role of the tumour microenvironment in ependymoma tumours Active
 22/010 3D cerebellar models to predict response to novel combination therapy for medulloblastoma with poor prognosis Active


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