In This Issue
Summary and comment on a recent Disease Models & Mechanisms paper entitled ‘Mutation of zebrafish dihydrolipoamide branched-chain transacylase E2 results in motor dysfunction and models maple syrup urine disease’ (Friedrich et al., 2012).
A Model For Life
Martin Raff is an Emeritus Professor at University College London (UCL), where he worked for more than 30 years on various aspects of immunology, cell biology and neurobiology until his retirement in 2002. In this interview, he recounts the thrill of his first few years in science, and discusses his current fascination with the fast-moving field of neuropsychiatric disorders.