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New Antibodies Target Structures Shared by Proteins Thought to Worsen Major Neurological Diseases

12:17 EDT 31 Aug 2017 | BioScience Technology

A new kind of antibody targets a feature shared by proteins thought to cause the most damage in Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and related conditions, creating potential for a unified treatment approach.
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