Texas A&M and Celltex Partnering on a Stem Cell-related Alzheimer’s Treatment

Texas A&M and Celltex Partnering on a Stem Cell-related Alzheimer’s Treatment
Texas A&M’s Institute for Regenerative Medicine  and Celltex Therapeutics are teaming up to evaluate whether inflammation-fighting sacs that stem cells release could be used to treat Alzheimer’s. The fluid-filled sacs, which scientists call vesicles, transport material inside a cell. But cells often release them, and when this happens, they are called exosomes. Researchers at Texas A&M and

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One comment

  1. Michele says:

    Anything to find a cure or satisfactorily pause Alzheimer’s. I would like to see a study with CBD oil for Alzheimer’s as well as ALS.

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