Specks in the brain attract Alzheimer’s plaque-forming protein

Results in mice suggest a possible approach for stopping amyloid-beta accumulation

Clumps of A-beta

GANGING UP  The Alzheimer’s protein amyloid-beta can form clumps around specks of an inflammatory protein in between brain cells, research on mice suggests.


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