Differences Seen in How Amyloid Builds on Blood Vessels and on Neurons

Differences Seen in How Amyloid Builds on Blood Vessels and on Neurons
Researchers have discovered that amyloid-beta — the protein that builds in the brain of Alzheimer’s disease patients — has different structures when it accumulates around blood vessels and neurons. Although the researchers could not conclude how these differences impact the disease, they believe that amyloid buildup around blood vessels differs in its impact from the protein

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