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Glucose-measuring Imaging Technique May Identify the Early Stages of Alzheimer's

News   May 15, 2020 | Original story from City University of Hong Kong

 
Glucose-measuring Imaging Technique May Identify the Early Stages of Alzheimer's

The team carries out experiments on mice using the 3T MRI animal scanner at CityU, the only of its kind in Hong Kong. The left computer screen in the front shows vital signs such as the pulse and breathing pattern of the mouse, while the right one shows the images of its brain. Credit: City University of Hong Kong

 
 
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