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Peter Walter discovered a molecule that makes mice smarter. Can it heal a human brain?

SAN FRANCISCO – The mice were decidedly smart. Normal mice put inside a watery maze took more than a minute to locate the submerged platform that would let them escape. But these mice – which had been injected with a curious new molecule – found it in an average of just 16...
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