Mouse Study Reveals Blocking Receptor in the Brain’s Immune Cells Reverses Alzheimer’s

Mouse Study Reveals Blocking Receptor in the Brain’s Immune Cells Reverses Alzheimer’s
A Stanford University School of Medicine study recently published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation, entitled “Prostaglandin signaling suppresses beneficial microglial function in Alzheimer’s disease models,” indicate that microglia impairment may be under the cause of Alzheimer’s disease. The cause of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is assumed to arise from an over accumulation of amyloid plaques

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