Experimental gene regulation therapy lowers levels of Tau protein in the brain and could protect against Alzheimer's
A research group involving the DZNE has successfully developed a new method of gene regulation that permanently reduces the protein "tau" in the adult brain. This could become the basis for new therapies against Alzheimer's and other neurodegenerative diseases.
The long-term study investigates which protection and risk factors influence the health of adults over the life span up to old age.
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