Alzheimer's Tau protein forms toxic complexes with cell membranes

Alzheimer’s disease is caused by tangles in the brain made up of malfunctioning aggregated Tau proteins. Scientists have discovered a new toxic form of Tau that forms as a result of its interaction with cell membranes. The research provides novel insights into possible mechanisms by which this protein moves in the brain and kills neurons….

Alzheimer’s disease is caused by tangles in the brain made up of malfunctioning aggregated Tau proteins. Scientists have discovered a new toxic form of Tau that forms as a result of its interaction with cell membranes. The research provides novel insights into possible mechanisms by which this protein moves in the brain and kills neurons….