Alzheimer’s Tied to Mutation Harming Immune Response

PHOTO:  Amyloid placque build-up in the brain of people with Alzheimer’s 

New York Times – November 16, 2012

 In a surprising coincidence, two groups of researchers working from entirely different starting points have converged on a mutated gene involved in another aspect of Alzheimer’s disease: the immune system’s role in protecting against the disease. The mutation is suspected of interfering with the brain’s ability to prevent the buildup of plaque.

When the gene is mutated, the brain’s white blood cells are hobbled, making them less effective in their attack on beta amyloid. 

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