Alzheimer’s Might Be Prevented By Protein That Wakes the Brain Up From Sleep

Alzheimer’s Might Be Prevented By Protein That Wakes the Brain Up From Sleep
A brief study entitled “Potential role of orexin and sleep modulation in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s disease” identified orexin, a protein that triggers the brain to wake after sleeping, as a potential new factor in Alzheimer’s disease. The study was published in November issue of The Journal of Experimental Medicine. Previous studies showed humans with preclinical evidenced Alzheimer’s disease exhibit

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