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Posted 15 September 2014 - 11:34 AM


More than memory is attacked in this disease. The consciousness is too. I postulate that the personality is based upon those 2 factors plus all the other important biochemical things that are going on. Consciousness is based on microtubules. The repair of these would halt the disease or at least go some way towards halting the disease. I think all the other features that are being researched come after the microtubule damage. This really needs to be researched. Also I think this should concern everyone who is interested in saving lives for the disease is affecting more and more people at younger ages too every day. My disease is particularly noisy but I have noticed thus tinnitus switch off after sleep for a little while when

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Posted 15 September 2014 - 11:42 AM

Sorry it is of course Alzheimer'd that I'm referring to in the above. Please don't dismiss immediately could it be true?If so do we have anything available to us today that could help mend the microtubules?

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Posted 23 October 2014 - 03:54 AM

There is one hypothesis about intracellular zinc levels in neurons affecting microtubules in Alzheimer's: 

 

The zinc dyshomeostasis hypothesis of Alzheimer's disease



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