Potential drug target could help bid for Alzheimer's disease treatments
A potential drug target has been discovered that could help scientists develop radical new treatments for Alzheimer's disease. Blocking activity of the protein, known as GPR3, results in toxic deposits thought to play a key role in the disease clearing away from the brain. Laboratory mice suffering from Alzheimer's-like symptoms showed improvements in learning, memory and social skills when they lacked GPR3.
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