How do genes affect the risk of developing MS?
Exploring the link between genetics and the risk of developing MS.
Genetic screening of people with primary progressive MS has shown that four rare genetic changes, which are known to cause other neurological diseases, may play a role in primary progressive MS.
A new genetic map of MS has been developed by international researchers, which has more than doubled the previous knowledge of MS risk genes.
Rare changes to genes contribute to the overall risk of developing MS
A new study has identified three changes within people’s genes that are linked to different disease courses in MS.
How the biological processes cause progression in different types of MS.
Study shows complex interaction between EBV and MS risk genes.