Research Targets Secret ‘Sulfate Code’ That Grants Bad Tau Protein Entry to Cells

Research Targets Secret ‘Sulfate Code’ That Grants Bad Tau Protein Entry to Cells
The hallmark Alzheimer’s disease protein tau requires a specific “sulfate code” to enter cells and alter normal proteins, according to a new study. Also, the identification of enzymes involved in the cellular uptake of corrupted proteins could lead to new therapies for neurodegenerative diseases, researchers say. The research, “Specific glycosaminoglycan chain length and sulfation patterns

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One comment

  1. Doogie Howser says:

    It is hard to trust anything that has to do with Big Pharma, and the current meds that have been doing nothing to help but causing more expediting of the diseases themselves. some of their results are staged and are causing the same symptoms with side effects as well for more sales of more big pharma doses keeping people out of their minds. when they come back into it momentarily, they get these staged results to keep your loved ones doped up as if their real agenda is to protect them. i call bs.

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