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Immune Reaction Is "Fuel to the Fire" of Alzheimer's Disease

News   Mar 23, 2020 | Original story from the University of Bonn

 
Immune Reaction Is "Fuel to the Fire" of Alzheimer's Disease

(so-called ASC specks, red) in the nucleus of an accumulation of amyloid beta peptides (blue). Furthermore, immune cells (green) are shown. Computer visualization based on microscopic image data. Credit: (c) Dario Tejera/Uni Bonn

 
 
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