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Researchers at the University of Toronto have shown that loss of a key protein in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and frontotemporal dementia (FTD) may contribute to the underlying cause of both diseases. The protein, known as C9orf72 (C9) and expressed by a gene with the same name, affects movement of molecules between the nucleus and the cytoplasm in the neurons affected in ALS and FTD, the researchers found.
The banking crisis that has toppled several financial institutions in recent weeks remains ongoing - and while the Canadian financial sector is well protected against the contagion, experts say it is not entirely immune.
With recent instability in some U.S. banks and the crypto "winter" that began last year, experts say it's more important than ever for finance professionals to understand the innovations - and challenges - in the sector.
A team of researchers, including Bowen Li from the University of Toronto's Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, has developed a new lipid nanoparticle with potential to deliver gene editing tools to cells in the lung - a promising step toward developing new, inhalable therapies for lung diseases such as cystic fibrosis.
It's common knowledge that reducing our carbon footprint is important, but what about our water footprint?. Showering, cooking, doing dishes and flushing toilets adds up fast, and Canadians use more than 215 litres each day. "We need to ask more questions about our water, where that water comes from and how it gets to us," says Mandy Meriano , associate professor, teaching stream, in the department of physical and environmental sciences at the University of Toronto Scarborough.