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How a promising Alzheimer's drug turns back the cellular clock

January 10, 2018View for printing

Alzheimer's is a devastating disease, and with the world's average population getting older, its effects will be felt further and wider in the future. A drug dubbed J147, developed by the Salk Institute, is one of the most promising candidates to treat Alzheimer's, but just how it worked at the molecular level remained a mystery. Now Salk scientists have figured out the mechanism behind it, which could see J147 used to fight other age-related conditions as well.

Michael Irving

https://newatlas.com/alzheimers-drug- ... f7-92465361
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