Neurology Central

Late-life Alzheimer’s pathology may be predicted with sleep history

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Researchers have found that the sleep pattern of older men and women could predict the accumulation of proteins associated with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) pathology.

The most well-known hallmark of AD is the accumulation of tau and β-amyloid within the brain. With AD being a public health crisis, it is a pressing need to develop biomarkers to diagnose or prevent the toxic buildup of proteins, which presents much earlier than symptoms.

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