Hyperhomocysteinemia for Alzheimer ’ s Disease : Risk Factor , Biomarker or Both ?

Background: Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common display ofneurodegeneration. It is a multifactorial disease both at earlyand late-onset. A number of studies have found that H-Hcycan be significantly correlated with increased risk of AD in the late onset form only. Methods and Results: Several evidences shown that H-Hcy may promote AD by more than… CONTINUE READING