Certain Cells in Brain Likely Trigger Alzheimer’s Disease

Certain Cells in Brain Likely Trigger Alzheimer’s Disease
In a new study titled “Identification of Vulnerable Cell Types in Major Brain Disorders Using Single Cell Transcriptomes and Expression Weighted Cell Type Enrichment,” researchers pinpointed microglia cells in the brain as the specific cell type that likely triggers not only Alzheimer’s disease, but also multiple sclerosis. The study was recently published in the journal

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