Long-lived Chilean rodent is a useful model of natural sporadic Alzheimer’s Disease

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Led by researchers from the University of California at Irvine, a new study reveals that a long-lived Chilean rodent, called Octodon degus (degu), is a useful and practical model of natural sporadic Alzheimer’s Disease.

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