Neurology Central

What has electron microscopy contributed to Alzheimer’s research?


Electron microscopy has enlarged the visual horizons of the morphological alterations in Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Study of the mitochondria and Golgi apparatus in early cases of AD revealed the principal role that these important organelles play in the drama of pathogenic dialog of AD, substantially affecting energy production and supply, and protein trafficking in neurons and glia.

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