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Protein linked to high risk of Alzheimer's can be removed from brain without hindering learning

(UT Southwestern Medical Center) A protein linked to higher risk of Alzheimer's can be removed from the brains of mice without hindering memory and learning, according to a study that addresses whether potential therapeutics targeting this protein would have detrimental side effects.
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