Plasma beta-amyloid levels associated with cognitive decline
Geplaatst op 10 augustus 2010 - 09:05
ScienceDaily (Aug. 9, 2010) — High plasma levels of beta-amyloid -- protein fragments associated with Alzheimer's disease when they accumulate in the brain -- appear to be associated with faster cognitive decline even in those who do not develop dementia, according to a report that will appear in the December print issue of Archives of Neurology
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