Do dolphins get Alzheimer’s disease?


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Having a large brain comes at a cost.

Also, as do humans, dolphins have a highly evolved brain development and a very complex social relationship. This brain similarity with humans suggests the possibility that dolphins, as humans, have developed similar molecular machineries and pathological characteristics, including similar neurodegenerative diseases.

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Maria Carolina Gallego & David BorcheltEarthSky

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