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Neurofibrillary plaques and tau protein are among the most widely known pathological entities characterizing Alzheimer’s disease (AD), but new research at the University of California, Riverside, has come up with another plausible explanation for this debilitating disorder.
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Technology Org 08/13/2019 04:00
Tissue from the brains of people with Alzheimer’s disease shows increased tau protein buildup (brown spots) and fewer neurons (red) compared to healthy tissue, illustrating how Alzheimer’s pathology drives selective loss of wakefulness promoting neurons in these regions.
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These substances have the ability to inhibit the production of beta-amyloid and tau proteins, which are associated with Alzheimer’s disease.
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FeedNavigator (EU) 08/06/2019 03:21
Recently the SIRT1 loss is both closely associated with accumulation of beta amyloid and tau protein in AD patients.
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Health Europa (EU) 08/05/2019 06:56
University of Queensland researchers have used super-resolution microscopy to shed a light on how dementia protein can become dysfunctional. Using a super-resolution microscopy to observe key molecules at work inside living brain cells and dementia protein, researchers have further unravelled the puzzle of memory formation and the elusive causes of dementia. The world of dementia […]. .
Seeking Alpha 08/04/2019 02:49
In Alzheimer's brain, in most cases tau, this tau protein is cleaved right here, in the cell, cleaved right here, and then this fragment flows out of the cell in this extracellular space and becomes the tau seeds ...
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GlobeNewswire 08/01/2019 07:00
Clinically advanced vaccine, ACI-35.030, designed to reduce and to prevent the spread and development of Tau pathology. Clinically advanced vaccine, ACI-35.030, designed to reduce and to prevent the spread and development of Tau pathology.
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Over the last twenty years, scientists have linked an abnormal accumulation of tau proteins to cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease.
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