Alzheimer’s Therapy Candidate Bryostatin Generates New Synapses in Mouse Brains, Study Shows

Alzheimer’s Therapy Candidate Bryostatin Generates New Synapses in Mouse Brains, Study Shows
Neurotrope Bioscience's lead Alzheimer's drug candidate, bryostatin, promotes the formation of new synapses in the brains of mice, according to the study, “PKC epsilon Promotes Synaptogenesis through Membrane accumulation of the Postsynaptic Density Protein PSD-95,” recently published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry. Synaptogenesis and synaptic maturation are two common concepts in the field of neuroscience. While synaptogenesis is about the formation of synapses between neurons in the nervous system, synaptic maturation is relat
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