Supplement Improves Cognitive Benefits in Mouse Model of Alzheimer’s Disease

News   Feb 07, 2018 | By the National Institutes of Health (NIH)

 
Compound Prevents Neurological Damage, Shows Cognitive Benefits in Mouse model of Alzheimer’s Disease

The brains of mouse models treated with the supplement nicotinamide riboside showed reduced tau and less DNA damage than non-treated mice. (Similar to pictured). Credit: National Institutes of Health

 
 
 

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