Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Alzheimer’s

New imaging technique allows seeing gene expression in brains in real-time

It could help scientists learn more about memory formation and storage and diseases such as Alzheimer’s.

Cells in Alzheimer’s disease overheat and ‘fry like eggs’

Scientists used sensors small and sensitive enough to detect temperature changes inside individual cells.

Is energy the key to Alzheimer’s disease?

Different mutations in different genes have many different effects on brain cell function.

Viagara could be a promising drug candidate to help prevent and treat Alzheimer’s disease

Harnessing endophenotypes for Alzheimer's disease drug repurposing.

There are three forms of Alzheimer’s disease

A new framework for analyzing Alzheimer’s disease.

Common blood pressure drug does not slow down the progression of Alzheimer’s

Determining the safety and efficiency of common blood pressure drugs in clinically diagnosed AD.

Blocking Alzheimer’s hallmark could help ALS patients

The study suggests Alzheimer’s hallmark as a potential treatment target.

Scientists found the cause of Alzheimer’s disease progression

This research shows the value of working with human data instead of imperfect animal models.

Highly processed food can harm memory in the aging brain

Study in animals suggests omega-3 supplement may reduce effects.

A simple but revolutionary approach to early Alzheimer’s diagnosis

Pioneering EEG tests could dramatically increase the early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s.

Metal-based molecule inhibits the development of Alzheimer’s peptides

The molecule is non-toxic to human brain-like cells.

Ultrasound can overcome some of the detrimental effects of Alzheimer’s disease

Non-invasive potential treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.

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