New Clues to Target Alzheimer’s Found in Proteins

Alzheimer’s disease researchers are hunting for new clues by comparing how different proteins in the brain are damaged in the same way. The work might also lead to greater understanding of other neurological disorders. Studies have shown that brain diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s worsen as increasingly large amounts of proteins in the brain become misfolded and start clumping together.

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