Researchers Unlock Possible Treatment of Network Dysregulation in Alzheimer’s

Researchers Unlock Possible Treatment of Network Dysregulation in Alzheimer’s
In a new study entitled “Metabotropic P2Y1 receptor signaling mediates astrocytic hyperactivity in vivo in an Alzheimer’s disease mouse model” published in Nature Communications, Andrea Delekate and colleagues examined the astrocytic network underlying pathways that may be implicated in Alzheimer’s disease (AD), and provide solid evidence for the treatment of network dysregulation in AD. Alzheimer

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