Alzheimer’s may scramble metabolism’s connection to sleep

Mice with signs of the disease respond abnormally to blood sugar changes

amyloid-beta protein

Sticky globs of amyloid-beta protein (brown in this illustration), a key sign of Alzheimer’s disease, alter how mice respond to changes in blood sugar, a study finds.

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