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Living with Dementia


Untangling Alzheimer’s Disease

Plaques and tangles made of proteins are believed to contribute to the debilitating progression of Alzheimer’s disease. But proteins also play a positive role in important brain functions, like cell-to-cell communication and immunological response. Molecules called microRNAs regulate both good and bad protein levels in the brain, binding to messenger RNAs to prevent them… Untangling Alzheimer’s Disease   

Living with dementia

late-onset alzheimer's2 - psychotic symptoms1 - dementia care program1 - bucknill1 - cognitive ability1 - autism spectrum disorder1 - gene therapy1 - huntington's disease8 - kraepelin3 - obesity2 - stepfamily1 - korsakoff syndrome3 - frontal lobe pathology1 - hippocampal atrophy1 - decline in memory1 - ruth sutherland1 - mirna1 - disinhibition1 - alzheimer2 - small silent stroke1 - symptoms of parkinson's3 - exposure to ddt1 - references1 - low-density lipoprotein receptor-related protein 61 - developing alzheimer's disease1 - hormone therapy1 - neurotransmitter1 - people with parkinsons1 - phosphodiester1 - progression of parkinson's1 -