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Plaques, Tangles in Brain Don't Always Lead to Alzheimer's

...dy raises questions about possible link WEDNESDAY, May 27 (HealthDay News) -- New British research provides more evidence that the bits of gunk in the brain known as plaques and tangles don't necessarily lead to Alzheimer's disease, as many experts have long believed. In fact, the study fou...

'De-Tangling' Alzheimer's Drug Shows Promise

...bers called "tangles" in the brain. The tangles are directly linked to dementia, while the effects of another factor in Alzheimer's -- bits of protein gunk called amyloid plaques -- are variable, he said. "People could have lots of this stuff (amyloid) and still play lots of bridge," Wischik said, "b...

Anti Cancer Drug from Blue Green Algae

...University of Michigan Life Sciences Institute Research Professor David H. Sherman and researcher Zachary Q. Beck found the trick to turning the green gunk into gold—cancer fighting gold. "It was simply too difficult to use the native blue-green algae for high-level production using traditional fermen...
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Turning green gunk to gold, anti-cancer gold

Combining synthetic chemistry techniques with a knowledge of the properties and actions of enzymes, scientists have been able to produce an exciting class of anti-cancer drugs originally isolated from blue-green algae. This accomplishment is expected to make it possible to produce enough of the ...
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