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Fishy Findings: Researchers Explore Brain Cell Regeneration in Alzheimer's Disease

News   Apr 24, 2019 | Original story from the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases

 
Fishy Findings in Alzheimer's Disease

Researchers of the DZNE and the Technische Universität Dresden have studied the regenerative capacity of zebrafish brain in single cell resolution with the aim of developing novel strategies against Alzheimer’s. Credit: DZNE/ Caghan Kizil

 
 
 

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