Japanese researchers try PET to detect Alzheimer's signs

02/26/2008 | Innovations-Report.com

Researchers at Japan's RIKEN's Brain Science Institute who are studying the relationship between tau proteins and Alzheimer's say that even before neurofibrillary tangles form, doctors may be able to detect the small soluble aggregates created by tau proteins. If detected, they can be inhibited. Researchers are using PET to try to detect these aggregates.

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