Science FTW

Like getting new glasses-which is better, one or two?

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Far better than rubbings!

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Plasmalogens are found all over our bodies naturally, particularly in the heart, brain and immune cells, but as we get older, the amount in our body decreases. This loss is also a characteristic of several neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease.

“Not only does the study imply that FGF17 has potential as a therapeutic target, but it also suggests that routes of drug administration that allow therapeutics to directly access the CSF could be beneficial in treating dementia. Any such treatments will be hugely helpful in supporting our aging population.”

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Should I go fetch a straw…?

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Preliminary confirmation of a long-held theory. The idea that this could be added to the screening for inborn errors that we do currently is really exciting!

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It’s always the right time to self treat with unproven treatments from preliminary studies of on mice.

Especially if they might target your brain. What could possibly go wrong?

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“Do you like cheese?
Try Mouse Juice™ today!!”

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[Peter Thiel has entered the chat]

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Now just 15 years away.

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