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Molecular tweezers' that stop brain cells from dying may help Alzheimer sufferers.

Asian News International reported Nov. 18 on research in which Dr. Gal Bitan, Associate Professor of Neurology at UCLA, and colleagues used an innovative compound known as a "molecular tweezer" in a mouse model to break up the toxic aggregations of proteins that afflict the brain in Alzheimer's disease. Bitan was quoted.