Cell Death Research could Hold Potential in Alzheimer’s Treatment

Cell Death Research could Hold Potential in Alzheimer’s Treatment

Cell Death Research could Hold Potential in Alzheimer’s Treatment Recently published research into repairing nerve damage caused by injury may also pay off in treating some of the most vexing neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s. Researchers at the United Kingdom's University of Birmingham published their programmed cell death findings in Science Advances. Professor Zubair Ahmed of the university’s Institute of Inflammation and Aging and Dr. Richard Tuxworth of the university’s Institute of Cancer and Genomic Sciences are investigating the persistent activation …