What do you look for in blood to indicate that an early stage of Alzheimer’s might be in place?

By | October 21st, 2020

Certain nucleic acids, like RNA, which can be found in the blood can be analyzed and characterized which can then be shown that these nucleic acids are specifically present in people with Alzheimer’s. These RNA’s are called long non-coding RNA which is used to dictate how the cell will work. With our technology we can group these cells and track if they are over-represented, under-represented, etc. So from a simple blood sample we can diagnose something like Alzheimer’s.

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