A resource library at your fingertips!
This library was established to inform patients, caregivers, and others, on the research conducted on Krabbe disease. Scientific research enhances diagnostic tools and advances treatments yet, published articles often result in access and medical dialect barriers. The library, currently in the initial stages, will alleviate this obstacle by providing access to published articles, graciously renovated into patient-friendly context by KrabbeConnect, to ensure those living with Krabbe disease are connected to the research.
Download a PDF of this Article Karumuthil-Melethil S, Marshall MS, Heindel C, Jakubauskas B, Bongarzone E, Gray SJ. Intrathecal Administration of AAV/GALC Vectors in 10-11 Day old Twitcher Mic Improves Survival… CONTINUE