Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: ALS Development Could Be Triggered by Loss of Network Connections in the Spinal Cord

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This shows spinal cord neuronsInhibitory neurons in the spinal cord lose their connections to motor neurons in mouse models of ALS. While no connection between this deterioration to the development of ALS has been made, researchers say the loss of inhibitory signals could explain why motor neurons die in those with ALS.