This article was written by DAVID NIELD, and published on ScienceAlert/Health
on 9 FEB 2019
A research team has found a protein marker in the brains of people with amassed plaques but without dementia. This marker appears to stop plaques from gumming up crucial communication between neurons. Fifteen distinct proteins separate these people from those with plaque and tau build-up who do develop Alzheimer’s and those without any brain blockages or dementia at all. Researchers want to learn what creates the mix of proteins in the first place!
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