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Cord blood TIMP2 reverses age-related memory failure

Alkahest Inc. co-founder and Stanford University researcher Tony Wyss-Coray has followed up his earlier discovery of blood factors in the elderly that contribute to cognitive decline by finding an umbilical cord blood factor that may be able to reverse age-related learning and memory impairment. Alkahest has licensed the findings from Stanford and plans to develop the cord blood protein, TIMP2, as a treatment for undisclosed indications.


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