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Tauopathy Biochemistry

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Tauopathies are neurodegenerative disorders that are caused due to the accumulation of abnormal tau proteins in neurons and/or the glia. Here is the latest research on tauopathy biochemistry.

Top 20 most recent papers
The Journal of Biological Chemistry

Unfolding or aggregation, that is the question

The Journal of Biological ChemistryNovember 11, 2019
Marcel BoltenThibault Mayor
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Chemical Reviews

Interrogating Amyloid Aggregates using Fluorescent Probes

Chemical ReviewsNovember 2, 2019
Amir AliyanAngel A Martí
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bioRxiv

Effects of pharmacological modulators of α-synuclein and tau aggregation and internalization

bioRxivJanuary 28, 2020
Antonio Dominguez-MeijideTiago Fleming Outeiro
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Database : the Journal of Biological Databases and Curation

HSPMdb: a computational repository of heat shock protein modulators

Database : the Journal of Biological Databases and CurationFebruary 25, 2020
Prashant SinghDeepak Sharma
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Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics

Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri): An ayurvedic herb against the Alzheimer's disease

Archives of Biochemistry and BiophysicsOctober 18, 2019
Tushar Dubey, Subashchandrabose Chinnathambi
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Frontiers in Chemistry

Molecular Lysine Tweezers Counteract Aberrant Protein Aggregation

Frontiers in ChemistryOctober 22, 2019
Inesa HadrovicThomas Schrader
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Journal of Alzheimer's Disease : JAD

Tauopathy-Associated Tau Fragment Ending at Amino Acid 224 Is Generated by Calpain-2 Cleavage

Journal of Alzheimer's Disease : JADMarch 8, 2020
Claudia CicognolaKina Höglund
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Alzheimer's & Dementia : Diagnosis, Assessment & Disease Monitoring

Sets of coregulated serum lipids are associated with Alzheimer's disease pathophysiology

Alzheimer's & Dementia : Diagnosis, Assessment & Disease MonitoringSeptember 14, 2019
Dinesh Kumar BarupalAlzheimer Disease Metabolomics Consortium
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