UF-led study could lead to new way to detect brain changes associated with Alzheimer’s risk

New UF research suggests a link between abnormal blood levels of amyloid — a protein associated with Alzheimer’s disease — and subtle changes in brain microstructures on a type of MRI, findings that could lead to a new way to detect Alzheimer’s earlier in people with no clinical signs.

Learn more: https://news.ufl.edu/2024/03/alzheimers-risk-mri/

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