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Higher levels of daily physical activity may protect against cognitive decline and neurodegeneration (brain tissue loss) in older adults at greater risk for Alzheimer’s disease (AD), according to new research...
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FeedNavigator (EU) 07/21/2019 00:02
Other studies demonstrate that hypoinsulinemia may also lead to persistent phosphorylation of tau protein (mice model), a protein particularly connected to AD [50.
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Internationale Konferenz umfasste außerdem Expertengespräche zur Rolle von Infektionserregern bei Alzheimer-Krankheit sowie Fortschritte bei Bluttests LOS ANGELES, 18. Juli 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Auf der Alzheimer's Association International Conference (AAIC) 2019 in Los Angeles...
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When the team performed gene-set enrichment tests, 26.9 percent of the AD brain samples had pathogenic brain somatic SNVs known to be linked to hyperphosphorylation of tau proteins, which is one of major hallmarks of AD.
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Greater physical activity not only appeared to have positive effects on slowing cognitive decline, but also on slowing the rate of brain tissue loss over time in normal people who had high levels of amyloid plaque in the brain.
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Abstract Neural Arterial Gingival Simplex is a common systemic disease linked to an invasive periodontal pathogen, Porphyromonas gingivalis as the key initiator. Instead of considering separate pathologic conditions as separate diseases, the health community should view this disease as a single entity, to diagnose and treat accordingly. We discuss the evidence for this hypothesis and…. . 06/30/2019 17:31
Different studies have shown that it can also reduce the clumping of tau protein in the brain, which has been lined to Alzheimer’s.
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Fight Aging! 06/30/2019 09:38
Damage to synapses and neurons in Alzheimer's is usually attributed to the actions of amyloid and tau proteins accumulating in the brain.
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When it comes to understanding the epigenetics of aging, Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) has enhanced our knowledge in countless ways. This neurodegenerative disease has taught us to embrace healthy aging, and some surprising players have emerged from the examination of DNA methylation. Studies have uncovered a role for enhancers in AD; however, investigations into the consequences of DNA methylation at these […]

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