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University of Houston: Docking Peptides, Slow to Lock, Open Possible Path to Treat Alzheimer's
September 14, 2021
HOUSTON, Texas, Sept. 14 (TNSRes) -- The University of Houston issued the following news release:

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Frustration in Amyloid Fibrils as They Form Shows it May be Possible to Stop Their Growth

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Progress on treating Alzheimer's disease has been frustratingly slow. A group of scientists in Houston suggest frustration at a very small scale may lead to a new path toward treatment.

Researchers at the University of Houston (UH) and . . .

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