Memory Loss From Alzheimer’s Reversed in Mouse Study

Right now, there is no treatment that can meaningfully stop or slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. But what if scientists could tap into genetics to reveal the key to stopping memory loss in its tracks? That’s what scientists from University at Buffalo claimed to have achieved in an experiment on mice.“

In this paper, we have not only identified the epigenetic factors that contribute to the memory loss, we also found ways to temporarily reverse them in an animal model of [Alzheimer’s disease],” said senior author Zhen Yan, Ph.D.

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