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NEW YORK – A woman carrying a mutation associated with early-onset Alzheimer's disease did not develop the condition until decades after expected, likely due to the protective effect of other variants she had.

Typically, mutations in the PSEN1 gene cause an autosomal dominant form of Alzheimer's disease, which then develops early in life, prior to the age of 65.

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