Protein Linked to Alzheimer’s Shows Potential to Improve Memory

Protein Linked to Alzheimer’s Shows Potential to Improve Memory
Researchers at the  the Salk Institute, in California, have shown, in a mouse study, that increasing the levels of a specific protein in the brain leads to improvement of memory deficits associated with Alzheimer’s disease. The new study, titled “Neuregulin 1 Improves Cognitive Deficits And Neuropathology In An Alzheimer’s Disease Model,” was published in the journal

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