Peptides with Neuroprotective Properties, Identified in Early Study, May Help Alzheimer’s Patients

Peptides with Neuroprotective Properties, Identified in Early Study, May Help Alzheimer’s Patients
A family of six mitochondrial small humanin-like peptides (SHLPs) showed promising effects on cell survival and metabolism in preclinical studies of aging, a finding with long-reaching implications for age-related conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease. The findings were announced by the biotechnology company CohBar, which holds the exclusive license for developing SHLPs into therapeutics, in a press release.

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