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Alzheimer's disease: Cutting off immune response promises new approach to therapy

Researchers have identified a protein as a potential target for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease. The molecular complex is part of the immune system and a driving force for inflammatory responses of the brain. Blocking its activity may pave the way for new possibilities for therapy, the researchers report.
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