Gene, Linked for 1st Time to Alzheimer’s, May Lead to Blood Test of Susceptibility

Gene, Linked for 1st Time to Alzheimer’s, May Lead to Blood Test of Susceptibility
Researchers have identified a new gene, called Rgs2 (Regulator of Protein Signaling 2), whose expression levels may be used in future diagnostic blood tests for early detection of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). It is the first time that this gene is implicated in AD. The study, “RGS2 expression predicts amyloid-β sensitivity, MCI and Alzheimer’s disease: genome-wide

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  1. angela richard price says:

    I have not sleep in 10 years through out the night. I sleep for 5 hours a night.Im at risk for Alzheimer

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