Amyloid-β Removal Studies Might Lead to New Alzheimer’s Disease Drug Discoveries

Amyloid-β Removal Studies Might Lead to New Alzheimer’s Disease Drug Discoveries
Two studies from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri, reveal new insights into amyloid-β — the plaque-forming protein scientists believe is at the root of Alzheimer’s disease. Both studies homed in on the removal of amyloid-β from the brain, a process thought to be defective in Alzheimer’s patients, offering up new clues on

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