Alzheimer's protein jams mitochondria of affected cells; resulting 'energy crisis' kills neurons
k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net%remove%
Wed Apr 23 02:30:21 EST 2003
I stand on what I've posted [dating back close to 5 years].
K. P. Collins
"Kim" <kim at nopsamclara.co.uk> wrote in message
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| Hi KP,
| I would have to give my opinion on the cause of AD and I would say
| has nothing to do with any transcription faults. All the proteins
| ready present and working in healthy individuals, in people with AD
| the proteins (APP) is simply processed another way, by another
| is already present (BACE) leading to the increased production of
| peptide (ABP). The questions now are how does this peptide kill
| which I would say involves calcium disruption through ABP pores and
| production (which arises from ABP interactions with the
| why is this harmful peptide produced in old age, which I would
| due to cells adapting to the altered environment of the aged brain,
| particular attention to oxygen content.
| Just my opinions,
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