Researchers create new rat model for Alzheimer's

Professor Claudio Cuello and colleagues at McGill University have created a rat model of Alzheimer's. They say that rats should be better than mice for researchers working in the field, adding that the new model will allow studies of latent Alzheimer's. Report

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