Scientists may have found the glue that keeps fearful memories stuck in the brain, a discovery that could be useful in new treatments for Alzheimer’s disease and post-traumatic stress disorder.
That glue seems to be a protein that is key to maintaining the structure of cells and also is essential to embryonic development, a new study suggests.
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