Llama Antibodies May Work to Visualize Brain Changes in Alzheimer’s Patients

Llama Antibodies May Work to Visualize Brain Changes in Alzheimer’s Patients
Antibodies extracted from llamas can visualize amyloid-beta plaque and tau deposits in the brains of live animals — a finding that may lead to a way to track Alzheimer’s disease-related brain changes in people before symptoms appear. The antibodies were shown to work in mice, but researchers have been unable to visualize their presence in the human brain,

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