Sulfur Metabolism Imbalance in Alzheimer’s Disease Is Focus of New Research

Sulfur Metabolism Imbalance in Alzheimer’s Disease Is Focus of New Research
University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) researchers will study the catalytic processes of sulfur-oxidizing enzymes, especially the chemical mechanism of a key enzyme, cysteine dioxygenase. Their work could lead to new therapies for Alzheimer’s and autism, diseases in which sulfur metabolism is known to be disrupted. Dr. Brad Pierce, a UTA assistant professor of biochemistry, is principal investigator for the

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