Rescuing troubled vessels in Alzheimer disease

Loss of the transcription factor Gax is at the center of blood vessel dysregulation in the brain and contributes to Alzheimer disease pathology (pages 959–965).

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Figure 1: Dysregulation of brain blood vessels contributes to Alzheimer disease.

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Iadecola, C. Rescuing troubled vessels in Alzheimer disease. Nat Med 11, 923–924 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1038/nm0905-923

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