Brain May Have Plasticity to Compensate for Alzheimer’s-Related Protein, UC Berkeley Research Discovers

Brain May Have Plasticity to Compensate for Alzheimer’s-Related Protein, UC Berkeley Research Discovers
The human brain has the plasticity to compensate for the accumulation of the protein beta-amyloid that causes Alzheimer’s disease, which explains that some individuals develop it and others don’t, as concluded by research conducted at the University of California in Berkeley (UC Berkeley). The researchers analyzed adults with and without beta-amyloid deposits in their brain and believe to

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