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pH Imbalance in Brain Cells May Contribute to Alzheimer’s Disease

News   Aug 03, 2018 | Original story by Johns Hopkins Medicine

 
pH Imbalance in Brain Cells May Contribute to Alzheimer’s Disease

This is an illustration of how pH imbalance inside endosomes may contribute to Alzheimer's disease. Credit: Hari Prasad/ Johns Hopkins Medicine

 
 
 

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