Get a clue: Biochemist studies fruit fly to understand Parkinson's disease

In episode 61, Jordan sends Charlie on a scavenger hunt for “clues” on how National Science Foundation-funded researchers at Kansas State are studying the way muscle diseases affect humans. The researchers are studying the fruit fly and a gene called clueless to understand its connection to the genes that cause Parkinson’s disease.

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