Brain waves show promise against Alzheimer’s protein in mice

Flickering light induces nerve cells to trigger immune response to amyloid-beta

amyloid-beta comparison

RIDE THE WAVES Compared with a mouse that received random brain stimulation (right), a mouse stimulated to produce more gamma waves (left) had less amyloid-beta (green) in its hippocampus.

H.F. Iaccarino et al/Nature 2016

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