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Dietary Polyphenols: A Multifactorial Strategy to Target Alzheimer's Disease

International Journal of Molecular Sciences

Oct 14, 2019

Sudip DhakalIan G Macreadie

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Ageing is an inevitable fundamental process for people and is their greatest risk factor for neurodegenerative disease. The ageing processes bring changes in cells that can drive the organisms to experience loss of nutrient sensing, disrupted cellular functions, increased oxidative stre...read more

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Alzheimer's Disease
Antioxidants
Huntington Disease
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Nerve Degeneration
Nervous System Disorder
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Parkinson Disease
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Dietary Polyphenols: A Multifactorial Strategy to Target Alzheimer's Disease

International Journal of Molecular Sciences

Oct 14, 2019

Sudip DhakalIan G Macreadie

PMID: 31615073

DOI: 10.3390/ijms20205090

Abstract

Ageing is an inevitable fundamental process for people and is their greatest risk factor for neurodegenerative disease. The ageing processes bring changes in cells that can drive the organisms to experience loss of nutrient sensing, disrupted cellular functions, increased oxidative stre...read more

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Alzheimer's Disease
Antioxidants
Huntington Disease
Persons
Nerve Degeneration
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