Apo E influences declarative and procedural learning in age-associated memory impairment.

@article{BartrsFaz1999ApoEI,
  title={Apo E influences declarative and procedural learning in age-associated memory impairment.},
  author={David Bartr{\'e}s-Faz and Carme Junque and Annunziata Lopez and N Valveny and Pedro Moral and Enrique G{\'a}lvez and Teresita T Lopez and Antoni Moya and Jos{\'e} Javier Lorenzo Navarro and Imma C. Clemente},
  journal={Neuroreport},
  year={1999},
  volume={10 14},
  pages={2923-7}
}
Age-associated memory impairment (AAMI) is a clinical entity which was originally described to define memory problems linked to normal aging. Apolipoprotein E and ACE genes have both been associated with cognitive impairment in aging and dementia. The purpose of this study was to investigate memory and executive functions in AAMI according to the genetic background. We found that subjects carrying the Apo E epsilon4 allele exhibit lower memory performance on tests of both declarative and… CONTINUE READING

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