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Microglia

Microglia
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Microglia

Credit: Arizona State University

Microglia are specialized cells that work to clear away debris in the brain and perform other essential duties. These cells typically become dysregulated in Alzheimer's disease (AD), leading to inflammation and neuronal death.

Microglia

Credit: Arizona State University


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