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Overactive Immune System Implicated in Aging Brain Disorders

News   Jan 03, 2019 | Original Story from the National Institutes for Health.

 
Overactive Immune System Implicated in Aging Brain Disorders

In a study of flies, NIH scientists showed how the immune system may be a culprit in the damage caused by aging brain disorders. Credit: Giniger Lab, NIH/NINDS.

 
 
 

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