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Changes in Mice MicroRNA Detected Before Neurodegeneration Symptoms Appear

News   Jun 29, 2018 | Original story from Indiana University

 
MicroRNA Study Shows Promise in the Hunt for Alzheimer's Disease Test

MicroRNA 142, in green, shown in neurons in the brain. The molecule may represent a potential biomarker to diagnose or predict dementia. Photo credit: Hui-Chen Lu

 
 
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