T Cell Reactivity to Tau & Alpha-Synuclein in PD

Tau and alpha-synuclein are proteins that form aggregates which characterize various neurodegenerative disorders including Parkinson’s disease. This feed focuses on the reaction of T lymphocytes in response to tau and alpha-synuclein.

August 5, 2020

Where and how alpha-synuclein pathology spreads in Parkinson's disease

Neuropathology : Official Journal of the Japanese Society of Neuropathology
Koichi Wakabayashi
August 2, 2020

Maysin plays a protective role against α-Synuclein oligomers cytotoxicity by triggering autophagy activation

Food and Chemical Toxicology : an International Journal Published for the British Industrial Biological Research Association
Manuela LeriDonatella Degl'Innocenti
August 9, 2020
Open Access

Association of MAPT subhaplotypes with clinical and demographic features in Parkinson's disease

Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology
Angela B DeutschlanderOwen A Ross
August 6, 2020
Open Access

Differential protein expression in diverse brain areas of Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease patients

Scientific Reports
A R Esteves, S M Cardoso
August 3, 2020

Endosomal-lysosomal dysfunction in metabolic diseases and Alzheimer's disease

International Review of Neurobiology
Michael F AlmeidaStephen T Kinsey
August 8, 2020

Sensing and modulation of amyloid fibrils by photo-switchable organic dots

Nanoscale
Aslam UddinPartha Hazra
August 8, 2020
Open Access

Parallel-Channel Electrotaxis and Neuron Screening of Caenorhabditis elegans

Micromachines
Khaled YoussefPouya Rezai
August 8, 2020

RAB39B is redistributed in dementia with lewy bodies and is sequestered within Aβ plaques and lewy bodies

Brain Pathology
David J KossTiago F Outeiro
August 14, 2020
Open Access

Robust Sequence Determinants of α-Synuclein Toxicity in Yeast Implicate Membrane Binding

ACS Chemical Biology
Robert W NewberryMartin Kampmann
August 11, 2020
Review
Open Access

Beyond Host Defense: Deregulation of Drosophila Immunity and Age-Dependent Neurodegeneration

Frontiers in Immunology
Srishti Arora, Petros Ligoxygakis
August 7, 2020

Rapid Eye Movement Sleep Behavior Disorder and Other Rapid Eye Movement Parasomnias

Continuum : Lifelong Learning in Neurology
Michael J Howell
August 11, 2020
Open Access

Skin Temperature in Parkinson's Disease Measured by Infrared Thermography

Parkinson's Disease
Mathias Møller PurupPer Borghammer
July 31, 2020

α-Synuclein in Parkinson's Disease: Does a Prion-Like Mechanism of Propagation from Periphery to the Brain Play a Role?

The Neuroscientist : a Review Journal Bringing Neurobiology, Neurology and Psychiatry
Huimin ZhengYuming Xu
July 31, 2020
Open Access

BCAS1-positive immature oligodendrocytes are affected by the α-synuclein-induced pathology of multiple system atrophy

Acta Neuropathologica Communications
Seiji KajiRyosuke Takahashi
August 14, 2020

Neuroprotection of Rotenone induced Parkinsonism by Ursolic acid in PD mouse model

CNS & Neurological Disorders Drug Targets
Walia ZahraSurya Pratap Singh
August 10, 2020
Open Access

Papaverine inhibits α-synuclein aggregation by modulating neuroinflammation and matrix metalloproteinase-3 expression in the subacute MPTP/P mouse model of Parkinson's disease

Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy = Biomédecine & Pharmacothérapie
Yea-Hyun LeemHee-Sun Kim

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