Alternations Seen in RNA Splicing and Protein Creation in Alzheimer’s Disease

Alternations Seen in RNA Splicing and Protein Creation in Alzheimer’s Disease
Using a technique called genome-wide mapping, researchers were able to identify specific variations in RNA splicing from brain tissue taken from 450 people who were part of clinical studies into aging. This work — which identified hundreds of altered splicing events, which affect protein production — in Alzheimer’s, and may offer new ways of diagnosing

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