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Alzheimer's Protein Segment Plays the Hero in the Mouse Brain

News   Jun 18, 2019 | Original story from the University of Chicago

 
Alzheimer's Protein Segment Plays the Hero in the Mouse Brain

Neurons in the brain of a mouse with Alzheimer's disease. New research from UChicago shows how a modified piece of one protein can prevent the disease in mice. Credit: Image courtesy NIH, Lennart Mucke, University of California, San Francisco

 
 
 

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