Abnormal Mitochondria May Signal Early Alzheimer’s Disease Processes

Abnormal Mitochondria May Signal Early Alzheimer’s Disease Processes
Abnormalities in the brain’s cellular power plants, known as mitochondria, may drive early Alzheimer’s processes — even before the telltale amyloid plaque that marks the disease starts forming in the brain. The finding suggests that treatments that target the abnormal energy-making processes may be a new way of approaching Alzheimer’s treatment. The study, “Nuclear but

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