Specific Gray Matter Regions are More Susceptible to ALS Pathology

A new study on amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) provided evidence that certain areas of gray matter (GM) are disproportionately and asymmetrically vulnerable to the pathology of ALS. The study entitled “Exposing asymmetric gray matter vulnerability in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis” was published on the NeuroImage: Clinical by Dr. Matthew S. Devine from the Department of Neurology at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, and School of Medicine at The University of Queensland in Australia, along with colleagues.

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