Apolipoprotein E2 May Act as a Protective Shield in Alzheimer’s

Apolipoprotein E2 May Act as a Protective Shield in Alzheimer’s
In a new study entitled “Human ApoE Isoforms Differentially Modulate Glucose and Amyloid Metabolic Pathways in Female Brain: Evidence of the Mechanism of Neuroprotection by ApoE2 and Implications for Alzheimer’s Disease Prevention and Early Intervention” researchers reported a breakthrough discovery when they showed ApoE2 human protein is a protective shield against Alzheimer’s disease, enhancing brain glucose

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