Treating Alzheimer’s disease: A New Chemical Approach

From the University of Liverpool and Callaghan Innovation in New Zealand comes a study that local scientists have been developing; a new kind of chemical approach that will harness the natural ability of complex sugars in the treatment Alzheimer’s disease.   The team of scientists produced a new library of sugars called heparan sulphates, which […]

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Antibodies Effectively Treat Alzheimer’s-like Disease

Drs. David Holtzman and Mac Diamond of the Washington University School of Medicine recently published research in Neuron that outlined the process of studying mice for potential tau protein tangle treatment avenues. Tau is a toxic component of Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative diseases, due to the protein’s tendency to amass in tangles.  The aggregates, called […]

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