Developmental Alzheimer’s Treatment Targets Brain Plaque Buildup

Developmental Alzheimer’s Treatment Targets Brain Plaque Buildup
A researcher from the University of Oklahoma is currently developing a new therapy to address Alzheimer’s disease by using biopharmaceutical proteases. The goal is to target the harmful amyloid beta plaque that builds up in the brains of AD patients. If successful, the scientist expects this approach to be cheaper, and more effective that the current therapies. Peter J. Heinzelman

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