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Chimpanzees Are First Animal Shown to Develop Telltale Markers of Alzheimer's Disease

10:00 EDT 1 Aug 2017 | Scientific American

Brain analysis revealed protein plaques and tangles, but whether the animals develop dementia is unclear

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