A ketone ester diet exhibits anxiolytic and cognition-sparing properties, and lessens amyloid and tau pathologies in a mouse model of Alzheimer's disease

Yoshihiro Kashiwaya, Christian Bergman, Jong Hwan Lee, Ruiqian Wan, M. Todd King, Mohamed R. Mughal, Eitan Okun, Kieran Clarke, Mark P. Mattson, Richard L. Veech

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