Site updated at Wednesday, 22 June 2016

Living with Dementia


Dantrolene protects neurons from Huntington’s disease

Huntington’s disease (HD) is characterized by ongoing destruction of specific neurons within the brain. It affects a person’s ability to walk, talk, and think - leading to involuntary movement and loss of muscle co-ordination. New research published in BioMed Central’s open access journal Molecular Neurodegeneration shows that the RyanR inhibitor Dantrolene is able to… Dantrolene protects neurons from Huntington’s disease   

Going Home (A short film on Dementia)

effective aging1 - synthetic tau fibrils1 - anterograde amnesia10 - amyloid beta protein2 - overweight people1 - major depression1 - muscle co-ordination1 - confabulatory euphoria1 - perusini1 - cognitive reserve1 - sign of alzheimer's1 - melancholia2 - alzheimer's plaques1 - frontotemporal degeneration1 - loss of balance1 - early-onset familial ad1 - dementia patients8 - high cholesterol1 - alzheimer's drug5 - neurodegenerative conditions1 - signs of alzheimers1 - loss of neuronal connections1 - coronary artery1 - memory robbing disease1 - lipitor1 - chronic sleep deprivation1 - missing person1 - alzheimer's patients7 - ophthalmoplegia4 - trichloroethylene1 -