Future Alzheimer's Therapy: Scientists fix ApoE4 in human brain cells

News   Apr 10, 2018 | Original Story by Dana Smith for Gladstone Institutes

 
Small-Molecule Structure Corrector Fixes Genetic Risk Factor for Alzheimer’s Disease

Yadong Huang and his team discovered how to erase the damage in human brain cells caused by apoE4, the primary genetic risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease. Credit: Gladstone Institutes

 
 
 

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