Stanford Bio-X Researchers’ “Decoy Drug” Could Someday Do Wonders For Alzheimer’s Disease

Stanford Bio-X Researchers’ “Decoy Drug” Could Someday Do Wonders For Alzheimer’s Disease
A recent study revealed the mechanism to restore the capability of neurons to form new synapses, entitled, “Blocking PirB up-regulates spines and functional synapses to unlock visual cortical plasticity and facilitate recovery from amblyopia,” which was published in Science Translational Medicine by David Bochner and Richard W. Sapp, first co-authors from the work, part of the

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