Alzheimer’s Disease Protein Flows Through Brain’s Neurons, Columbia Unviersity Medical Center Study Suggests

Published: Feb 02, 2012

Alzheimer's disease spreads in a predictable pattern like an infection, going from one brain cell to another along linked circuits known as synapses, researchers say. The findings, published in the online journal PloS One, suggest that blocking the process early on may keep the disease from spreading.

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