I am writing with reference to the recent paper by Coskuner and Murray . I am sorry but I find it very hard to believe that these authors were not aware of our previous research in the field of ATP and amyloid-β (Aβ) [2-4].
New research from the University of Toronto Mississauga definitively puts to rest a theory that Lyme disease causes Alzheimer’s.
People who develop a combination of mild cognitive problems and depressive symptoms in old age are more likely to develop Alzheimer’s than are their age peers with mild cognitive disorders and no symptoms of depression. This was the conclusion of a study conducted at the University of Antwerp, in which scientists followed a large group of elderly people with mild cognitive impairment.
Insights into mechanisms behind cocoa’s benefit may lead to new treatments or dietary regimens: A specific preparation of cocoa-extract called Lavado may reduce damage to nerve pathways seen in patients’ brains long before they develop symptoms, according to a study conducted at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
The Journal of Alzheimer's Disease is are proud to announce that Bob Olsson, PhD, has been chosen as the recipient of the 2014 Alzheimer Award presented by the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease in recognition of his outstanding work on microglia markers and Alzheimer’s disease.
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