Dektol--is your post an example of Alzheimer's processing? I can see NO
connection between your post and the article.My question about this
interesting article is where might I find out upon which chromosomes are these
genes located? For example, people with Trisomy 21 are thought to be at higher
risk than the general population of developing Alzheimer's. Are these genes
located on Chromosome 21, by any chance. The article doesn't say.
Wonder when they will find Hebrew DNA among the American Indians? Or have they
finally given up that silliness as a lot cause?
Wonderful research, fine example (one of many) highlighting the quality research
being done by BYU and USU. Yes, folks, there are noteworthy scientific
endeavors at schools outside the SL Valley.