Alzheimer’s and Diabetes Exhibit Same Neuronal Damaging Process

Alzheimer’s and Diabetes Exhibit Same Neuronal Damaging Process
Researchers at the Scintillon Institute for Biomedical and Bioenergy Research, San Diego, have discovered that the high blood sugar levels that mark type 2 diabetes and the plaque-forming β-amyloid protein found in Alzheimer’s disease (AD) cause the same alterations in several brain enzymes. The findings explain the association long observed between AD and diabetes. The results, published in the online edition of

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