APOE


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APOEAerial Port Of Embarkation
APOEApolipoprotein E (genetic risk factor for Alzheimer's disease)
APOEAssociation of Professional Oklahoma Educators (now Professional Oklahoma Educators; est. 1988; Norman, OK)
APOEAerial Point of Embarkation
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A similar pattern turned up among people at intermediate APOE risk, which the majority of study participants were.
Shortly after generation of ApoE knock-outs, another approach to generating dyslipidemic mice was taken by creating animals that bear a human gene variant associated with familial dysbetalipoproteinemia.
In the present study, (4) researchers hypothesized that children's APOE [epsilon]4 status could strengthen the relationship between TRAP exposure and negative neurodevelopmental outcomes.
The researchers found that among 104,537 individuals, the absolute 10-year risk of Alzheimer's disease in 3,017 women and men who were carriers of the APOE ε44 genotype was 7 percent and 6 percent, respectively, at age 60-69 years; 16 percent and 12 percent at age 70-79 years; and 24 percent and 19 percent at age 80 years and older.
Researchers found that a combination of age, gender and a common variation in the APOE gene could identify high-risk groups, with a 7 per cent risk for women and 6 per cent risk for men in their 60s; a 16 per cent and 12 per cent risk, respectively, for people in their 70s; and a 24 per cent and 19 per cent risk, respectively, for those aged 80 years and older.
Researchers found that a combination of age, sex and a common variation in the APOE gene could identify high-risk groups, with a 7 per cent risk for women and 6 per cent risk for men in their 60s; a 16 per cent and 12 per cent risk, respectively, for people in their 70s; and a 24 per cent and 19 per cent risk, respectively, for those aged 80 years and older.
APOE is the single-most dominant genetic risk factor for late-onset Alzheimer's disease.
According to the company, APOE is the single-most dominant genetic risk factor for late-onset Alzheimer's disease.
They also tracked APOE 4 as well as lifetime cumulative exposure to unhealthy levels of PM2.5 -- particles which are at least 30 times smaller than the diameter of a human hair and frequently cause the haze over urban areas.