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How Alzheimer's could occur: Wrong signal for cell division?

A new hypothesis has been developed on how Alzheimer's disease could occur. Protein spheres in the nucleus give the wrong signal for cell division. This may explain the degeneration and death of nerve cells in Alzheimer's patients.
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