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Imaging Technique Shows Alzheimer's Disease Progression

News   Nov 27, 2017 | Original Story from the University of Twente.

 
Imaging Technique Shows Alzheimer's Disease Progression

Raman image showing the core of the affected areas (in red) and also transition areas: light grey is healthy tissue, dark grey isn't affected yet but already undergoing changes. Credit: University of Twente.

 
 
 

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