Scientists Reveal How Alzheimer’s Progresses in the Brain

Scientists Reveal How Alzheimer’s Progresses in the Brain In people with Alzheimer’s, plaques of a misfolded protein called beta-amyloid, and fibrous tangles of another misfolded protein called tau, accumulate in the brain and kill nerve cells. This gradual loss of nerve cells causes shrinkage of the brain and eventually interferes

How Does the Immune System Keep Tabs on the Brain?

How Does the Immune System Keep Tabs on the Brain? Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, autism, schizophrenia and many other neurological and psychiatric conditions have been linked to inflammation in the brain. There’s growing evidence that immune cells and molecules play a key role in normal brain development and function as

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