An experimental vaccine tested on mouse models of Alzheimer's disease provoked the development of antibodies that prevented tau tangles in the brain, and the response lasted for months. The findings, published in npj Vaccines, "seem to suggest that we can use the body's own immune system to make antibodies against these tangles," researcher Nicole Maphis said.
Vaccine prevents tau tangles in mouse models of Alzheimer's disease
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