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Stroke Drug May Prevent Alzheimer's Disease

News   Jan 16, 2019 | Original story from Rockefeller University Press

 
Mouse Study Suggests Stroke Drug May Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

The new paper shows that 3K3A-APC (right) greatly reduces the amount of amyloid-β (green) that accumulates in the brains of mice that develop Alzheimer's-like symptoms compared with no treatment (left). Lazic et al., 2019

 
 
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