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Misfolded Proteins: ND

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Protein misfolding is the primary cause of several neurodegenerative disease, including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. Here is the latest research.

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Nature Medicine

A soluble phosphorylated tau signature links tau, amyloid and the evolution of stages of dominantly inherited Alzheimer's disease

Nature MedicineMarch 13, 2020
Nicolas R BarthélemyDominantly Inherited Alzheimer Network
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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology

Use of ocular biomarkers as a potential tool for early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease

Indian Journal of OphthalmologyMarch 17, 2020
Ajay K Singh, Shilpa Verma
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Nature Reviews. Neurology

Protein transmission in neurodegenerative disease

Nature Reviews. NeurologyMarch 24, 2020
Chao PengVirginia M-Y Lee
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International Immunopharmacology

Inhibition of protein disulfide isomerase has neuroprotective effects in a mouse model of experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis

International ImmunopharmacologyMarch 17, 2020
Maryam KamareheiMohammad Hossein Harirchian
Journal of Molecular Biology

Liquid-Liquid Phase Separation and its Mechanistic Role in Pathological Protein Aggregation

Journal of Molecular BiologyMarch 15, 2020
W Michael Babinchak, Witold K Surewicz
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Chemistry : a European Journal

Extracellular matrix proteins involved in Alzheimer's disease

Chemistry : a European JournalMarch 25, 2020
Jun MaHongjie Zhang
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Acta Neuropsychiatrica

Systematic review of gene expression studies in people with Lewy Body Dementia

Acta NeuropsychiatricaMarch 18, 2020
Anisa Chowdhury, Anto P Rajkumar
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Chemical Science

Serum Raman spectroscopy as a diagnostic tool in patients with Huntington's disease

Chemical ScienceMarch 20, 2020
Anna HuefnerRoger A Barker
Lancet Neurology

Towards a treatment for genetic prion disease: trials and biomarkers

Lancet NeurologyMarch 22, 2020
Sonia M VallabhEric S Lander
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bioRxiv

Prion Protein Folding Mechanism Revealed by Pulling Force Studies

bioRxivMarch 9, 2020
Theresa KrieglerTara Hessa
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International Journal of Molecular Sciences

The PERK-Dependent Molecular Mechanisms as a Novel Therapeutic Target for Neurodegenerative Diseases

International Journal of Molecular SciencesMarch 25, 2020
Wioletta Rozpędek-KamińskaIreneusz Majsterek
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Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity

Dielectric Constant and Conductivity of Blood Plasma: Possible Novel Biomarkers for Alzheimer's Disease

Oxidative Medicine and Cellular LongevityMarch 10, 2020
Ernest DalléWilliam M U Daniels
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Journal of Alzheimer's Disease : JAD

Cerebrospinal Fluid Biomarkers in Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy

Journal of Alzheimer's Disease : JADMarch 17, 2020
Gargi BanerjeeDavid J Werring
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