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Alzheimer Sufferer

New insights could result in changes to the therapeutic strategy to combat Alzheimer’s

A typical characteristic of the brain of an Alzheimer sufferer is the presence of insoluble Tau protein aggregates. Scientists at VIB, KU Leuven and Janssen Pharmaceutica have demonstrated that the distribution of these aggregates through the brain is facilitated by synaptic connections between brain cells. This news is highly significant because the focus is… New insights could result in changes to the therapeutic strategy to combat Alzheimer’s   



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