Inhibitory interneurons are particularly important for managing brain rhythms. Researchers have uncovered the therapeutic benefits of genetically improving these interneurons and transplanting them into the brain of a mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease.
Source: Cell therapy could improve brain function for Alzheimer’s disease: Transplanting a special type of neuron into the brain restores cognitive functions in Alzheimer’s models, shows a new study — ScienceDaily
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