Blood Progranulin May Not Be Suitable Alzheimer’s Marker After All, Researchers Find

Blood Progranulin May Not Be Suitable Alzheimer’s Marker After All, Researchers Find
Recent hopeful statements that blood levels of progranulin might be a biomarker for Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia came to an abrupt stop when a recent study demonstrated that there is no link between the blood and cerebrospinal fluid levels of the substance, disrupting the idea of a progranulin blood test for dementia. The

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