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New Weapon in Fight Against Dementia

News   Apr 04, 2018 | Original story by Dante LaPenta for University of Delaware

 
New Weapon in Fight Against Dementia

Researcher Christopher Martens (right) is investigating nicotinamide riboside and its impact on age-related diseases like mild cognitive disorder and dementia. In this photo, lab coordinator Joshua Hobson (center) runs the computer while graduate student Theodore DeConne (left) uses an ultrasound probe to measure brain blood flow. Credit: University of Delaware/ Kathy F. Atkinson

 
 
 

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