Drs Linda Ly and Michael Barnett and their colleagues Professor John Prineas and Dr Ben Crossett at the Brain and Mind Research Institute, the Central Clinical School, and the School of Molecular Bioscience, University of Sydney, have developed an exciting new technique that will vastly increase the power of stored brain tissue to shed light on new ways to Multiple Sclerosis Cure.The team is particularly excited about the prospect that their research will help in the so far elusive search for treatments for progressive Multiple Sclerosis Cure.

The study was published in the Journal of Proteome Research in early September, 2011.Multiple Sclerosis Cure Using tissue from brains donated to the MS Research Australia Brain Bank and with the support of an MS Research Australia project grant, the team have been developing the technique which allows them to extract and identify proteins from formalin preserved, rather than frozen, brain tissue.

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