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Graphene oxide nanoflakes reduce the toxicity of Alzheimer’s proteins, shows study

Graphene oxide (orange) can effectively enter yeast cells and reduce the toxicity of harmful protein aggregates (light grey), by promoting disassembly and then degradation of the aggregates. Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology have developed a yeast model, which mimics the neurons in a human brain affected by Alzheimer’s disease, to demonstrate this. Moreover (not

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