Memories retrieved in mutant 'Alzheimer's' mice
from Scientific American
People with Alzheimer's disease may forget faces or where they left familiar objects because their brains cannot find where they put those memories, a study in mice suggests. The study, reported in Nature, contradicts the notion that Alzheimer's prevents the brain from making new memories. It also suggests that brain stimulation might temporarily improve the memories of patients in the early stages of the disease.
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