Researchers Uncover Gene Control Mechanism That Holds Promise as Alzheimer’s Treatment

Researchers Uncover Gene Control Mechanism That Holds Promise as Alzheimer’s Treatment
Researchers report identifying the molecular mechanisms responsible for activating the neuroglobin gene, which scientists think may protect people from developing Alzheimer’s disease. Moreover, the researchers suggest that scientists should explore ways of activating the gene as potential treatments for Alzheimer’s disease. The study, titled “Identification of a novel distal regulatory element of the human Neuroglobin gene by the chromosome conformation capture approach” and published in the journal Nucleic Acids Research, was a joint effort between researchers from
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