Can Brain Bacteria Contribute to Alzheimer’s? These Researchers Think So

Can Brain Bacteria Contribute to Alzheimer’s? These Researchers Think So
Patients with Alzheimer’s disease may have more bacteria — and different types — in their brains, compared to the general population, according to results of a new study. These findings support that bacterial infection and inflammation may contribute to the development of this devastating disease. The study is titled “16S rRNA Next Generation Sequencing Analysis

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2 comments

  1. Luis Goitia says:

    So according to this study the disesase can be contagious from one individual to another, interchanging bacterias?

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