Neurology Central

Alzheimer’s-associated memory loss in mice prevented with targeted protein removal

Recent findings published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation have identified a protein, Ephexin5, that could be targeted to prevent and treat the systems of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Studies in mice demonstrated that blocking the protein’s expression led to a reduction in cognitive impairment in mouse AD models, therefore making it a promising therapeutic target for the treatment of AD.
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