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How salmon populations affect ecosystems
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UC Davis Alzheimer's Disease Center researchers have idenitified a second amyloid protein in the brain that may play a role in Alzheimer's.

Second amyloid may play a role in Alzheimer's

UC Davis Alzheimer's Disease Center researchers have idenitified a second amyloid protein in the brain that may play a role in Alzheimer's. 
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2014-01-28 UC Santa Barbara
One-two punch of drought, global warming
Low precipitation in a warming climate could have a severe impact on California's ecological systems, researchers say.