Scientific study clarifies factors responsible for Alzheimer’s disease

Alalam24, A recent American study has revealed that Alzheimer’s disease may be caused by the presence of toxic RNA chains. These chains play a major role in the death of nerve cells in the human brain with age.

The researchers found that short RNA chains accumulate in the brains of people with Alzheimer’s disease and lead to the destruction and death of nerve cells.

The researchers explained that these short RNA chains are similar in shape to a chemical compound called “beta-protein,” which is one of the distinctive signs of Alzheimer’s disease. The researchers discovered that these short RNA chains bind to beta-protein, which leads to the formation of toxic clusters that damage nerve cells.

The researchers also found that people over the age of 80 have a higher proportion of short RNA chains in their brains than people aged 20-30.

The researchers said that these findings open up new avenues for understanding Alzheimer’s disease and developing new treatments. The researchers believe that it is possible to develop treatments targeting these short RNA chains, which could help to stop the progression of Alzheimer’s disease or even cure it.


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