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Kenneth Kosik, Harriman Professor of Neuroscience at UC Santa Barbara, discusses his research into neurodegenerative disease treatment. Amino acids can give clues to the next step in solving Alzheimer's. Finding the intermediary steps in Alzheimer's is very difficult, however, as only the end stage is realistically viewable.
New research on the Colombian population may show a higher concentration of pre-Alzheimer's mutations and may help researchers in the future. Professor Kosik is planning his future research on furthering knowledge in these mutations.
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