Finding could improve understanding of Alzheimer's, breast cancer

11/2/2010 | DOTMed.com

Researchers using PET with the N-methyl-11C vorozole radiotracer in a small study discovered that concentrations of the aromatase enzyme in the brain are densest in the thalamus area. The finding could add to knowledge about Alzheimer's disease and breast cancer. The researchers are preparing to conduct a follow-up study to further understanding about brain aromatase.

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