Brain Protein a Factor in Alzheimer’s Risk Disparities Between Genders

Brain Protein a Factor in Alzheimer’s Risk Disparities Between Genders
According to a recent study from a team of researchers at Tel Aviv University, a mutation in a specific neuroprotective protein called ADNP has different expressions between males and females. This research adds new insights to what is currently known about the etiology of autism and Alzheimer’s disease. The results are published in the journal Translational Psychiatry.

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