Scientists Stop and Reverse Alzheimer’s-Related Brain Damage in Mice

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news release by MNT examines Dr. Miller’s 2017 STM publication. “The team studied the effects of the synthetic molecules on crab-eating macaques. They administered two doses of antisense oligonucleotides or two doses of a placebo, 1 week apart, directly into the cerebrospinal fluid – as one would when treating humans. The trial revealed that, in monkeys too, the oligonucleotide reduces both tau RNA and tau protein in the brain. Tau protein levels were also reflected in the cerebrospinal fluid.”