Chronic Exposure to Caffeine Worsened Symptoms in Alzheimer’s Mouse Model

Chronic Exposure to Caffeine Worsened Symptoms in Alzheimer’s Mouse Model
Long-term exposure to caffeine worsens Alzheimer’s disease symptoms, a new mouse study shows. The study “Long-term Treatment with Low-Dose Caffeine Worsens BPSD-Like Profile in 3xTg-AD Mice Model of Alzheimer’s Disease and Affects Mice with Normal Aging” was published in the journal Frontiers in Pharmacology. Alzheimer’s disease is characterized by memory problems, but also by neuropsychiatric

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One comment

  1. DANTE MARCIANI says:

    According to many transgenic mouse model studies, by now we should have a number of effective preventive and treatment approaches for Alzheimer’s, the fact is that we do no have even one. Perhaps, it is time to look for alternative animal models that may be more realistic than the transgenic mouse models.

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