Microglia Eat Away at Mice's Memories

Immune cells in the brain chew up memories, a new study in mice shows.

The finding, published in the Feb. 7 Science, points to a completely new way that the brain forgets, says neuroscientist Paul Frankland of the Hospital for Sick Children Research Institute in Toronto, who wasn't involved in the study.

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