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Could the Link Between “Hunger Hormone” and Alzheimer’s Explain Clinical Trial Failure?

News   Sep 04, 2019 | By Molly Campbell, Science Writer, Technology Networks

 
Could the Link Between “Hunger Hormone” and Alzheimer’s Explain Clinical Trial Failure?

From bottom left: University of Texas at Dallas researchers Jing Tian, a doctoral student in molecular and cell biology, Dr. Lan Guo, research assistant professor of biological sciences, and Dr. Heng Du, associate professor of biological sciences, investigate how neuronal communication is disrupted in Alzheimer's disease. Credit: University of Texas, Dallas.

 
 
 

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