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Two Genes Appear to Act as On/Off Switches for Neuroinflammation and Alzheimer's Disease

20:00 EDT 11 Jul 2019 | BioSpace

As the beta-amyloid theory of Alzheimer’s disease fades from prominence, many researchers are turning their attention to the role of inflammation. Although beta-amyloid is still very much a factor in the disease, many believe that it is an uncontrolled or faulty inflammatory and immune reaction t...

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