Taurine-like chemical clears Alzheimer's plaque in mice
from Tech Times
A ground-breaking study showed amyloid clumps in the brain can be dissolved using a water-soluble chemical called 4-(2-hydroxyethyl)-1-piperazinepropanesulphonic acid (EPPS). Amyloid buildups are Alzheimer's first and foremost trademark. Once broken down, dissolved clumps can be easily cleared. The encouraging results pave the way for future treatment of a currently incurable disease. The study provides the medical community a potential pre-diagnosis Alzheimer's therapy way before clinical symptoms manifest.
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