Using a variety of techniques, including gene expression analysis and gene network mapping, the CUMC researchers discovered how common forms of alpha synuclein contribute to sporadic Parkinson’s. “It turns out multiple different alpha synuclein transcript forms are generated during the initial step in making the disease protein; our study implicates the longer transcript forms as the major culprits,” said study leader Asa Abeliovich, MD, PhD, associate professor of pathology and cell biology and neurology at CUMC. “Some very common genetic variants in the alpha synuclein gene, present in many people, are known to impact the likelihood that an individual will suffer from sporadic Parkinson’s.
Another reason concerns the dynamics of Congress in the 1930s and ’40s when southern legislators composed its key bloc of pivotal voters. Then, there were 17 states in the Union that legally mandated racial segregation. Almost all their representatives in both the House and Senate were Democrats.
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In the 1930s nothing passed into law that Southern Democrats strongly objected to. One of the key themes of my book is how Southern members of Congress took their fear for the future of the Southern system and translated that into public policy in Washington. Not just on race, but also on issues concerning the role of government in managing the economy or labor law.
Ronson’s parents split when he was six. There was a messy divorce in which Ronson was required to testify in court “I have this cute view that I was like Drew Barrymore in Irreconcilable Differences, though in truth I can’t remember much about it. I certainly don’t remember it being especially traumatic.” Even so, for a while Ronson suffered panic attacks at night.
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