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Living with Dementia


Untangling Alzheimer’s Disease

Plaques and tangles made of proteins are believed to contribute to the debilitating progression of Alzheimer’s disease. But proteins also play a positive role in important brain functions, like cell-to-cell communication and immunological response. Molecules called microRNAs regulate both good and bad protein levels in the brain, binding to messenger RNAs to prevent them… Untangling Alzheimer’s Disease   

Alzheimer’s Disease

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