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Exercise-Associated Protein Boosts Brain Function in Mice
A study that transfused plasma from active to inactive mice suggests the protein clusterin enhances cognition.
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Exercise-Associated Protein Boosts Brain Function in Mice
Exercise-Associated Protein Boosts Brain Function in Mice

A study that transfused plasma from active to inactive mice suggests the protein clusterin enhances cognition.

A study that transfused plasma from active to inactive mice suggests the protein clusterin enhances cognition.

ABOVE: © ISTOCK.COM, JAMESBREY

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