The scientists targeted some bacterias as they play a role for Alzheimer's. As modern technology develops scientist find out many things regarding human health and body. Alzheimer as being one of the scarriest diseases so far has been a problem for almost everyone.
Recent study showed that some gut bacterias are linked to Alzheimer. A research team led by Jingchun Chen of the University of Nevada in the US examined 119 bacterial genera in the outlet by scanning the payload of a previous shrub containing thousands of growths.
The team found that 10 types of bacteria could play into Alzheimer's. Although more and more evidence points to a connection between the microbiota-gut-brain axis (MGBA) and Alzheimer's disease, the precise mechanism of this connection is still poorly understood.
Up until now, the pieces of the puzzle have been frustratingly inconsistent, involving seemingly unrelated factors like tangled proteins within nervous tissue to suspect gut microbes to subtle differences in fat-transporting molecules.