Researchers have identified 13 variants of genes connected to Alzheimer’s disease

Researchers have reported that they sequenced whole genomes of people in more than 600 families with individuals who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and searched for rare versions of genes and have identified 13 variants of genes connected to Alzheimer’s disease. “While there is no one specific gene that is responsible for Alzheimer’s disease, researchers are learning more about what genetic variations and combinations may lead to increased risk.” Read the article here…

 

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