Hungarian researchers have identified two new types of neurons involved in the development of dementia

Balázs Hangya and his Momentum Research Group have achieved surprising results in relation to the function of neurons key in regulating attention, learning and alertness. The group works within the confines of the Institute of Experimental Medicine (KOKI) in Budapest. Their freshly published study could initiate new lines of research to help better our understanding regarding the treatment of various dementia related diseases, including Alzheimer’s.