The creation of long-term memories requires a continual supply of myelin provided by newly formed oligodendrocytes. Alas, the generation of fresh oligodendrocytes diminishes with age, along with memory.
New research presented at the HAI conference also finds links between UCB-J uptake and plaques, tangles, and cognitive decline.
When observed over an eight-year period, people with the highest plasma concentrations were more likely to die than people with lower levels.
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