A fellow accidentally ingested some alpha-L-glucose and discovered that he had no ill effect. Apparently he was ambidextrose.
Fun fact: being left-handed in a right-handed world, I’ve learned to be selectively ambidextrous
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With four years of neurodegenerative research under her belt by the end of her undergraduate career, Bianca earned her Bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Neuroscience at Northeastern University. Working alongside leaders in the field, she studied the effects of tau hyperphosphorylation and propagation through a variety of Alzheimer’s Disease models at the Bradley Hyman Lab, and developed her skills in translatable assay development at Aquinnah Pharmaceuticals. Bianca is excited to expand her growing passion for neurodegenerative research and the discovery of potential therapeutics for protein aggregation disorders alongside the rest of the talented team at Dewpoint.