Contact: Karin Eskenazi
Columbia University Medical Center
Caption: The researchers have identified a protein—RbAp48—that, when increased in aged wild-type mice, improves memory back to that of young wild-type mice. In the image, yellow shows the increased RbAp48 in the dentate gyrus.
Credit: Elias Pavlopoulos, Ph.D./Columbia University Medical Center
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