The results of the DNA test can be compared to the other tests that are used in diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease.
It is called the Ancestry DNA test and is available in India, where about one in 10 people is known to have inherited it from a parent.
The test can help identify a person with Alzheimer’s from other family members.
People who have relatives with Alzheimer and are at high risk of developing dementia have their blood and tissues tested to see if they are related.
People with dementia also have a higher risk of having a child with the condition, which could lead to an increased risk of dementia later in life.
People from India have the highest risk of the disease, which is known as familial Alzheimer’s.
But, the results from the test also suggest that the descendants who have been brought up in the Indian subcontinent are much more similar to those in southern India than the Indian populations in northern India.
The AncestryDNA test can detect the presence of genes that are linked to Alzheimer’s, which may explain why people in India are at a much higher risk.
The gene variants found in the descendants in southern Indian regions are known as the haplotypes, and the test can tell you whether a person is carrying them.
The results also help to identify people at a higher genetic risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia, according to Dr. Rajesh Kumar, a professor of genetics at Jawaharlal Nehru University.
Kumar is one of the scientists involved in the study.
“The haplotype results can be used to identify a family member who may have inherited Alzheimer’s genes and is a high risk family member,” Kumar told Al Jazeera.
Kumar’s study, which has been published in the Journal of Alzheimer Disease, also found that the genes in the relatives of the descendants with Alzheimer are different from the genes found in people living in southern and northern India, which makes it easier for them to develop dementia.
He said that these people have a greater risk of death and also a higher mortality rate.
“They have lower life expectancy and are also less likely to live to see their 80th birthday,” Kumar said.
Kumar said that the findings from the study will help researchers to understand more about the genetic changes that cause Alzheimer’s in southern Indians.
In a similar study, published in May 2017 in the journal Nature Genetics, researchers from the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the National Institutes of Health, as well as the University of California, Berkeley, compared the DNA from the descendants to the genomes of people living with Alzheimer in southern China.
The scientists found that descendants of northern Chinese families with a history of alcoholism were much more genetically similar to the people living there than were descendants of southern Chinese families.
The findings suggest that northern Chinese populations may have a genetic link to alcoholism and dementia.
“These findings also help us understand how alcohol consumption in the Northern Chinese community may be related to risk for developing dementia and alcoholism in people in southern regions,” Kumar added.
He said the results show that Northern Chinese people may have contributed to alcoholism in Southern China, which would be an important finding in future studies. “
It is therefore important to understand how alcoholism and related diseases may have arisen in Northern Chinese populations.”
He said the results show that Northern Chinese people may have contributed to alcoholism in Southern China, which would be an important finding in future studies.
“This study demonstrates that Southern Chinese people, in particular the descendants, may be the most at-risk group for developing alcoholism in the Southern region,” Kumar noted.