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Researchers develop more effective treatment of Alzheimer's
Researchers develop more effective treatment of Alzheimer's  |  Photo Credit: Representative Image
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hockey matches,In Alzheimer's disease, the amyloid-beta protein begins to form clumps. This process is called aggregation, and the clumps created are called aggregates. The research group has previously shown that treatment with the peptide somatostatin causes the body to begin breaking down building blocks of the aggregate. In the new study, the researchers use an antibody that can bind to the toxic aggregates to stop them from harming cells. The problem with the treatment methods currently tested in inpatient studies is that the antibodies bind much more strongly to large clumps and hardly at all to small clumps. The small clumps are just as toxic as the large ones and many think that they are even more dangerous since they can move more.

olbg cricket,The purpose of the current study was to develop an antibody format that can bind to both large and small clumps of amyloid-beta. Antibodies use the avidity effect to bind strongly to their targets. This requires the binding of both arms of the antibody to the same target at the same time. The distance between the arms of the antibody is crucial for how small an aggregate the antibody can bind to strongly. If the aggregate is smaller than the distance between the arms, they do not bind to the aggregate strongly. If it is larger, they bind to the aggregate very strongly. In the new article, the researchers have developed a new antibody format with shorter distances between the arms so that they bind to smaller aggregates. The new format also has more binding sites to make the binding extra strong.

casino spinning wheel,"Thanks to the avidity effect, the new antibody format is at least 40 times stronger in binding to the clumps. The new type of antibody can also bind to small aggregates with avidity, which we have not previously seen any other antibodies do. That is fantastic," said Greta Hultqvist, Senior Lecturer and Associate Professor in Protein drug design at Uppsala University who led the study.

The effects of the antibodies were also tested in a cell culture experiment, which showed that the new antibody format could save cells from death caused by amyloid-beta aggregates. Although no pre-clinical experiments were included, the team thinks their results suggest that the new antibody design could be more effective than those trialled so far.,free monopoly slots money

bet365 soccer live in play,"The focus of the study was targeting the amyloid-beta protein in Alzheimer's disease, but the new antibody design can be general and applicable to other disease-causing clumps. From a long-term perspective, we hope that the new format can open up new avenues for the generation of future treatments, not only in Alzheimer's disease but also other diseases where proteins start to form aggregates, like Parkinson's disease," said Fadi Rofo, doctoral student and first author of the study. 

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