Cholinesterase inhibitors found to help Alzheimer’s patients preserve kidney function

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Researchers from the Department of Neurobiology, Care Sciences and Society (Eriksdotter group) in collaboration with the Departments of MEB (Carrero group) and Clintec (Bruchfeld group) at KI have recently had their study published in Kidney International. This paper is the first study linking activation of cholinergic anti-inflammatory pathways to kidney damage in humans.

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