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This Gene May Explain Why Alzheimer's Treatments Succeed With Mice But Fail With Humans

04:00 EDT 10 Apr 2018 | Forbes

Researchers found that a key genetic variant associated with the development of Alzheimer’s operates differently in mice and humans. They also showed that the problematic gene can be repaired.

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