Bats and Blue Green Algae link to Alzheimer's
If you recall our post on blue green algae and Alzheimer's sometime back, the original reference came from the Honolulu papers reporting on the work of a scientist on Kauai, reporting on a fairly obscure study of significant local interest in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
That post has since been widely linked to and quoted and we are witnessing the story emerging again in force in the media and now being debated by scientists quite actively. One expert has even said the the originator of the study, Paul Allex Cox, could earn the Nobel prize if his theoretical ideas are found to have merit. Dr. Cox has taken observations from his particular specialty and found them to have peculiar relevance in the field of neurology; therefore he has a unique perspective.
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