Scientists REVERSE memory loss in mice by injecting them with brain fluid of younger rodents in potential dementia breakthrough

Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) from old mice improved the memory recall of old mice in a fear-conditioning task, report scientists at Stanford University in California.

Researchers took cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) – a fluid that bathes the brain tissue and spinal cord of all vertebrates – from young adult mice (10 weeks old).

They then infused CSF – which contains several protein growth factors that aid normal brain development – into the brains of old mice (18 months old).

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