Tag Archives: Hereditary Form of Early-Onset Alzheimer’s Disease

Genetic Mutation Which Delays Alzheimer’s Disease? (NHS Choices / Molecular Psychiatry)

Summary A study of 71 persons from an extended family (comprising around 5,000 people) in northern Colombia, who carry a mutation in a gene called PSEN1 (the so-called the Paisa mutation, which causes a rare, severe form of early-onset Alzheimer’s disease), … Continue reading

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Early-Onset Alzheimer’s Gene Studied in Young Adults (NHS Choices / Lancet Neurology)

Summary This is another critical appraisal from the NHS Choices “Behind the Headlines” service, released during 2012, on elderly care and dementia-related topics appearing in the news. Full Text Link (a) Reference Early-Onset Alzheimer’s gene explored in teens. London: NHS … Continue reading

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