Experts from the University of California believe that Vladimir Ilyich Lenin was a mutant. He, according to scientists, had a rare genetic disorder. It is because of him and he died prematurely.
Lenin died at 53 years, 10 months before he was paralyzed. Scientists Lev Lurie, Philip Mackowiak and Harry Vinters made the assumption that paralysis is a result of multiple mutations in the genome. Attention of researchers was attracted by the fact that already in the fifties Lenin was "stone vessels of the brain.
Historians remember the fact that when the autopsy pathologist tapped with a tool through the vessels. At this point everyone in the room heard a distinct ringing.
These changes are characteristic of mutations in the gene NT5E. Now scientists plan to test your assumptions in genetic analysis.