In this video, Marc Goldfinger provides us with an overview of his work on CTE and boxer’s brains, including why CTE is of increasing public interest.
A study supported by the National Institute on Aging has reported for the first time an association between higher glucose levels, altered glucose metabolism in the brain and Alzheimer’s pathology and symptom severity.
Researchers have presented cryo-electron microscopy maps and atomic models of paired helical and straight filaments taken from the brain of an Alzheimer’s patient.
New research identifies the basal forebrain as the likely source of Alzheimer’s disease and may lead the way to further studies to target and prevent neurodegeneration from the offset.
Researchers from Clayton Foundation Laboratories (San Diego, CA, USA) have utilized mouse models of Alzheimer’s to test the effects of increasing neuregulin 1.
This article aims to provide an up-to-date review of oxidative stress biomarkers in multiple sclerosis and thus identify candidate molecules with greatest promise as biomarkers of diagnosis, disease activity or prognosis.
Researchers have demonstrated that utilizing docosahexaenoic acid may protect against brain damage following hypoxic-ischemic brain injury.
This article puts forward the argument that neuropathology is not obsolete within dementia research, despite advances in neuroimaging and molecular biology techniques.