Immune-Related Protein Has Opposing Actions in Early and Late Stage Alzheimer’s in Mice

Immune-Related Protein Has Opposing Actions in Early and Late Stage Alzheimer’s in Mice
Removing a protein involved in neuroinflammation is beneficial in early stages of Alzheimer’s disease in mice. However, in late disease stages of the disease, this action has the opposite effect, according to an animal study that helps explain contradicting results observed in earlier research. The findings highlight the role of neuroinflammation in Alzheimer’s disease, and also

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