A Mouse Study on Glucose Levels in the Brain Could Hold a Clue to Alzheimer’s
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|Title||A Mouse Study on Glucose Levels in the Brain Could Hold a Clue to Alzheimer’s|
|Description||In the recent study published in Science Advances, the team monitored changes in the brain’s glucose level with an MRI imaging technique using natural sugars. Not only is MRI a less invasive method, it is more widely available in hospitals. |
Using this technique, they found that glucose was cleared from the glymphatic system much slower in mice with Alzheimer’s, especially younger mice.
|Media name/outlet||Being patient|
|Degree of recognition||International|