Obstructive sleep apnea and intermittent hypoxia may be mechanisms that are associated with marker of increased amyloid burden.
Low memory scores are an early marker for amyloid positivity, but not for measuring early Alzheimer's disease.
For improving cognition in a mouse model of AD, combining environmental enrichment and MgT is more effective than either alone.
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