Nobel Prize Discovery has Applications for Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Topological Efficiency Decreases in Parkinson's Disease
Topological Efficiency Decreases in Parkinson’s Disease
Brain cells that act as an internal global positioning system have implications for Alzheimer's disease and dementia research.

The discovery of cells in the brain that act as the body’s internal global positioning system, which won three scientists the Nobel Prize for medicine on Monday, opens an intriguing new window onto dementia.

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