Here in an authoritarian or militant habitance,
Alzheimers biomarkers were associated with a candidate gene for A- trait. So in this habitancy, the Alzheimers patients are probably not N patients and statistically unlikely, based on NPA theory to be anyone with both traits. So the A- candidate gene (COMT) may be a marker for those with severe mental health issues (A- types)?
But it does open up the hypothesis that N types with A- trait gene would be the at risk group for Alzheimers? Since COMT low activity is highest frequency in the caucasian group of "Utah Mormons genetic information collection" those with N trait and A- trait gene may be easiest to identify as the at risk group?
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