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Stem cell therapy shows promise for reducing Alzheimer#39;s symptoms: Study

The team, led by researchers at the Stanford University in the US, transplanted blood stem and progenitor cells into mice, effectively leading to the replacement of a type of neural cell, called microglia, that#39;s defective in mice with the disease.

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​ The team, led by researchers at the Stanford University in the US, transplanted blood stem and progenitor cells into mice, effectively leading to the replacement of a type of neural cell, called microglia, that#39;s defective in mice with the disease. The team, led by researchers at the Stanford University in the US, transplanted blood stem and progenitor cells into mice, effectively leading to the replacement of a type of neural cell, called microglia, that#39;s defective in mice with the disease.  Moneycontrol Latest News Read More  

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