New Mice for the Job

Resilience-Alzheimer's Disease Consortium researchers have developed a new mouse model with greater genetic diversity to study Alzheimer's disease, according to the US National Institutes of Health, which funded the work. In this way, it says the mice will better mirror the complexity of the disease in people and inform precision medicine studies.

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