Forgetting visualized in brain cells

2 Nov 2022

LMU physicist Paola Coan presents new imaging technique that allows brain cells of mice suffering from Alzheimer's disease to be visualized in previously unattained quality.

There is a growing understanding of what happens in the brain when it is afflicted with Alzheimer's disease. Due to the death of nerve cells, people with Alzheimer's become increasingly forgetful, confused and disoriented. To date, Alzheimer's is incurable. But there are many approaches to getting the disease under control.


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