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Kill Zombie Cells to Prevent Alzheimer's Disease

News   Sep 20, 2018 | Original Story from The Mayo Clinic

 
Zombie Cells Identified in Alzheimer's Brains

Senescent cells (represented here in green) no longer function but can broadcast inflammatory signals to the cells around them. These cells are implicated in a number of age-related diseases. Credit: The Mayo Clinic

 
 
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