Tag Archives: Mouse Models of Alzheimer’s Disease

Animal Study Explores the Potential of a Novel Diabetes Drug for Reducing Memory Loss in Dementia – In Mice (NHS Choices / Brain Research)

Summary Early animal research indicates that a new drug designed for the future treatment of diabetes may (one day) have an alternative re-use for reducing the memory-loss symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease. Mice given a modified version of a so-called triple … Continue reading

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Memories Lost in Alzheimer’s Disease: Potentially Retrievable? (NHS Choices / Nature)

Summary Research on transgenic mice suggests that memories are not destroyed irretrievably by Alzheimer’s Disease; there appears to be problems recalling these lost memories. Lost memories may be retrievable, under experimental conditions, by exposing “Engram Cells” with bright blue light … Continue reading

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