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Neural synchronization in Alzheimer's disease

Nature volume 540, pages 207208 (08 December 2016) | Download Citation

Electrical oscillations generated by neural circuits are disrupted in Alzheimer's disease. Restoring these oscillations in mouse models activates immune cells to clear disease-associated amyloid-β protein from the brain. See Article p.230

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  1. Liviu Aron and Bruce A. Yankner are in the Department of Genetics, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts 02115, USA.

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