Keio University and Aichi Medical University scientists cured mice of Alzheimer's, The Asahi Shimbun reports.
Reportedly, the scientists injected the symptom in mice to cause the disease.
The trial showed that when synapsis interferes with neurons or nerve cells network, the cerebral signals are hindered that causes the memory decline, and disables body movement.
A research team said it had healed mice with Alzheimer's disease and other neurological disorders by linking broken neural networks with artificial synapse connectors.
The method cured the mice in a few days. The scientists plan the complete medical application of the method.