Synaptic Protein Makeup May Explain Why Not All People with Alzheimer’s Brain Markers Develop Dementia

Synaptic Protein Makeup May Explain Why Not All People with Alzheimer’s Brain Markers Develop Dementia
Scientists have discovered why some people who have brain markers of Alzheimer’s disease, such as protein plaques and tangles, do not develop dementia. The reason may lie in the structure of synapses — the points of contact between nerve cells that allow them to communicate. Findings were published in the study, “Postsynaptic proteome of non-demented individuals with

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