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  • Immune cells are more activated (red) in the brains of mice with the gene TREM2 (left) than in those without the gene (right). A new study shows that having a working copy of the gene TREM2 can reduce risk of Alzheimer’s disease under certain conditions but worsen disease in others.
    David Holtzman Lab
    Immune cells are more activated (red) in the brains of mice with the gene TREM2 (left) than in those without the gene (right). A new study shows that having a working copy of the gene TREM2 can reduce risk of Alzheimer’s disease under certain conditions but worsen disease in others.




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