Chronically Active Innate Immune System Seen as Likely Cause of Dementia in Alzheimer’s Patients

Chronically Active Innate Immune System Seen as Likely Cause of Dementia in Alzheimer’s Patients
Chronic activation of the innate immune system is the main cause of a range of symptoms common to different neurodegenerative diseases, namely dementia, which is often associated with Alzheimer’s disease, researchers at the University of Adelaide reported. Their study, titled “The Enemy within: Innate Surveillance-Mediated Cell Death, the Common Mechanism of Neurodegenerative Disease,” was published in

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