‘Memory Protein’ NPTX2 Underlies Cognitive Decline in Alzheimer’s, Researchers Find

‘Memory Protein’ NPTX2 Underlies Cognitive Decline in Alzheimer’s, Researchers Find
Memory loss and cognitive dysfunction, two hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease, have now been linked to low levels of one particular protein, called NPTX2. The discovery represents a stepping-stone in the mechanisms underlying this disease, which may help in the development of new therapies. The study, “NPTX2 and cognitive dysfunction in Alzheimer’s Disease,” was published in the

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