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Does BMAA cause Alzheimer’s in humans?

By | October 21st, 2020

What we discovered is we could detect this toxin in post mortem brain tissue – brains that were donated for research – from Alzheimer’s disease patients. There was a rather high frequency of detection as a matter of fact, only incidental detection in people who were unaffected healthy controls. And we also found it in ALS, but we didn’t see it in Huntington’s.

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