Molecular Genetics and Biology of Dementia Neurology


The most typical cause of dementia is Alzheimer's disease (AD). The understanding of the genesis of AD has made significant strides in the last ten years, according to reports. A mutation in at least three separate genes can be the cause of familial early onset AD, which is a heterogeneous illness. Finding genetic risk factors for AD with a late start is the focus of current research. The authors will discuss the mapping research to find additional genes implicated in late-onset AD as well as the progress in understanding the pathogenic consequences of the genes altered in familial early onset AD in this paper.



 


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