The decoding of chromosome 21 of the 23 shed light on the origins of some diseases. It was found that the gene linked to Alzheimer's disease type 1 was located on chromosome 21.
alzheimers is a gene disorder it is located on chromosome 19 on gene APOE
the gene presenilin 2 is the protein that causes the degenerative disease Alzheimers. it asttacks the brain and causes memory loss
Gaucher's disease is located on chromosome 1, which is not the sex chromosome, so no. It is not a sex linked disease.
There is no cure for Alzheimers
It is a mutated gene called PKD1 located on chromosome 16.
No, probably not.
People with alzheimers forget peoples names, where they are, and what they are doing.
The allele that is responsible of Fabry Disorder/Disease is located on the X chromosome and is the only lipid storage disorder identified as being sex linked.
There is no cure for this disease.
Dementia is a symptom of Alzheimer's disease.