Study Reveals Alzheimer’s Patients Have Higher Levels of DNA Modifications in Key Gene

Study Reveals Alzheimer’s Patients Have Higher Levels of DNA Modifications in Key Gene
A research team from the University of Exeter Medical School and King’s College London has uncovered strong evidence of neurological epigenetic changes leading to Alzheimer Disease (AD) development. There are over 26 million people affected by AD worldwide, a chronic neurodegenerative disorder characterized by progressive neuropathology and cognitive decline. Despite the increasing population affected by the disease,

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