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Hecht Mobility Graphs

Caption: Flies bred to express the Alzheimer's peptide A maintained their climbing ability longer after receiving the D737 compound (black bars) than flies that did not receive the compound (gray bars). The top panel shows flies with the standard A gene, while the bottom panel shows flies with a disease-causing mutant gene.

Credit: Image courtesy of Angela Fortner McKoy

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