Thursday, 12 May 2022

In what chromosomes are the gene mutation related to Alzheimer's Disease? - Part 2 - Alzheimer's 5

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Image 1. Chromosome 19 
 (Image from US National Library of Medicine)

Despite of the late onset Alzheimer's dementia causes are still unknown, but the scientists tend to say that it could be by a combination of:

- lifestyle
- environmental
- and genetic.

The specific genes that directly cause the late onset Alzheimer's disease is from Chromosome 19 (Please see Image 1).



Image 2- Walking Iris



Image 3- Red flower, just illustration

The genetic marker of Alzheimer's disease on chromosome 19 is APOE. The mutation in this chromosome cause increases Apolipoprotein E (APOE) that plays a big role in memory ability in aging.

For the early onset Alzheimer's disease comes about a person between thirties and mid-sixties is caused by genetic mutation.

The mutation was in the any one of number of different of single gene in any chromosome with number 1, 14, and 21.

In my opinion, this is one of interesting parts to understand Alzheimer's disease.

Isn’t it?

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22 comments:

  1. Estudo muito bom e por uma boa causa, por se tratar de uma doença ainda desconhecida para os cientistas.

    Friend, have good night.

    Kisses

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  2. Very instructive.

    Many thanks!!

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      In what chromosomes are the gene mutation related to Alzheimer's Disease? - Part 2 - Alzheimer's 5
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      Image 1. Chromosome 19
      (Image from US National Library of Medicine).

      Despite of the late onset Alzheimer's dementia causes are still unknown, but the scientists tend to say that it could be by a combination of:
      - lifestyle
      - environmental
      - and genetic.

      The specific genes that directly cause the late onset Alzheimer's disease is from Chromosome 19 (Please see Image 1).

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  3. I do hope they find a cure for Alzheimer's someday! Pretty flowers.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      In what chromosomes are the gene mutation related to Alzheimer's Disease? - Part 2 - Alzheimer's 5
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      Image 3- Red flower, just illustration
      The genetic marker of Alzheimer's disease on chromosome 19 is APOE. The mutation in this chromosome cause increases Apolipoprotein E (APOE) that plays a big role in memory ability in aging.

      For the early onset Alzheimer's disease comes about a person between thirties and mid-sixties is caused by genetic mutation.

      The mutation was in the any one of number of different of single gene in any chromosome with number 1, 14, and 21.

      In my opinion, this is one of interesting parts to understand Alzheimer's disease.

      Isn’t it?

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      - Why the Moon Has Thousands of Small Aliens? - Part 1 – Science 7
      - Traditional Books versus Electronic Books for Children – Part 1 – Reading 3
      - Why the Moon Has Thousands of Small Aliens? - Part 2 – Science 7
      - Traditional Books versus Electronic Books for Children – Part 2 – Reading 3

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  4. Lo interesante es entender esta enfermedad, que es terrible. Buen fin de semana

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      In what chromosomes are the gene mutation related to Alzheimer's Disease? - Part 2 - Alzheimer's 5
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      - The Rainbow Before Evening : In what chromosomes are the gene mutation related to Alzheimer's Disease? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 5

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  5. Boa noite. Informações muito úteis para uma doença tão triste. Tomara que encontrem a cura. Um abraço

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      In what chromosomes are the gene mutation related to Alzheimer's Disease? - Part 2 - Alzheimer's 5
      -
      Image 1. Chromosome 19
      (Image from US National Library of Medicine).

      Despite of the late onset Alzheimer's dementia causes are still unknown, but the scientists tend to say that it could be by a combination of:
      - lifestyle
      - environmental
      - and genetic.

      The specific genes that directly cause the late onset Alzheimer's disease is from Chromosome 19 (Please see Image 1).

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  6. Passando para desejar um feliz fim de semana.
    Beijinhos

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      In what chromosomes are the gene mutation related to Alzheimer's Disease? - Part 2 - Alzheimer's 5
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      Image 3- Red flower, just illustration

      The genetic marker of Alzheimer's disease on chromosome 19 is APOE. The mutation in this chromosome cause increases Apolipoprotein E (APOE) that plays a big role in memory ability in aging.

      For the early onset Alzheimer's disease comes about a person between thirties and mid-sixties is caused by genetic mutation.

      The mutation was in the any one of number of different of single gene in any chromosome with number 1, 14, and 21.

      In my opinion, this is one of interesting parts to understand Alzheimer's disease.

      Isn’t it?

      # Previous postings:

      - Why the Moon Has Thousands of Small Aliens? - Part 1 – Science 7
      - Traditional Books versus Electronic Books for Children – Part 1 – Reading 3
      - Why the Moon Has Thousands of Small Aliens? - Part 2 – Science 7
      - Traditional Books versus Electronic Books for Children – Part 2 – Reading 3

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  7. Alzheimer's is such a horrific disease.

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      In what chromosomes are the gene mutation related to Alzheimer's Disease? - Part 2 - Alzheimer's 5
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      - The Rainbow Before Evening : In what chromosomes are the gene mutation related to Alzheimer's Disease? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 5

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  8. Pues sí.
    Es muy interesante para entenderlo.
    Gracias.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      In what chromosomes are the gene mutation related to Alzheimer's Disease? - Part 2 - Alzheimer's 5
      -
      Image 1. Chromosome 19
      (Image from US National Library of Medicine).

      Despite of the late onset Alzheimer's dementia causes are still unknown, but the scientists tend to say that it could be by a combination of:
      - lifestyle
      - environmental
      - and genetic.

      The specific genes that directly cause the late onset Alzheimer's disease is from Chromosome 19 (Please see Image 1).

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  9. Olá amiga.
    Mais uma muito interessante e útil informação aqui deixaste.

    É sempre bom aprender um pouco mais sobre esta doença.

    Votos de um excelente fim de semana.
    Beijinhos!

    Mário Margaride

    http://poesiaaquiesta.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      In what chromosomes are the gene mutation related to Alzheimer's Disease? - Part 2 - Alzheimer's 5
      -
      Image 3- Red flower, just illustration

      The genetic marker of Alzheimer's disease on chromosome 19 is APOE. The mutation in this chromosome cause increases Apolipoprotein E (APOE) that plays a big role in memory ability in aging.

      For the early onset Alzheimer's disease comes about a person between thirties and mid-sixties is caused by genetic mutation.

      The mutation was in the any one of number of different of single gene in any chromosome with number 1, 14, and 21.

      In my opinion, this is one of interesting parts to understand Alzheimer's disease.

      Isn’t it?

      # Previous postings:

      - Why the Moon Has Thousands of Small Aliens? - Part 1 – Science 7
      - Traditional Books versus Electronic Books for Children – Part 1 – Reading 3
      - Why the Moon Has Thousands of Small Aliens? - Part 2 – Science 7
      - Traditional Books versus Electronic Books for Children – Part 2 – Reading 3

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  10. Muito obrigado, por mais esta excelente informação.

    Votos de um excelente fim de semana, minha amiga.
    Beijinhos!

    Mário Margaride

    http://poesiaaquiesta.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      In what chromosomes are the gene mutation related to Alzheimer's Disease? - Part 2 - Alzheimer's 5
      -
      You may read previous posting (Part 2):
      - The Rainbow Before Evening : In what chromosomes are the gene mutation related to Alzheimer's Disease? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 5

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  11. Hola amiga, que se siga prodigando ese conocimiento de los cromosomas implicados en la enfermedad del Alzheimer, y que más pronto que tarde tengas la terapia para su cura o mejoría.
    Un abrazo

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      In what chromosomes are the gene mutation related to Alzheimer's Disease? - Part 2 - Alzheimer's 5
      -
      Image 1. Chromosome 19
      (Image from US National Library of Medicine).

      Despite of the late onset Alzheimer's dementia causes are still unknown, but the scientists tend to say that it could be by a combination of:
      - lifestyle
      - environmental
      - and genetic.

      The specific genes that directly cause the late onset Alzheimer's disease is from Chromosome 19 (Please see Image 1).

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