Memory-preserving particles could form part of an Alzheimer's vaccine puzzle

In experiments on mice that had been bred to develop Alzheimer’s-like symptoms, this vaccine prompted the animals to generate antibodies that cleared the tau proteins away, with its effects still seen months later. The team’s testing involved subjecting the mice to a series of maze-like exercises to test their memory, with the vaccinated animals performing “remarkably” better than the others.

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