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The 3xTg-AD mouse develops a progressive Alzheimer's disease- (AD-) like brain pathology that causes cognitive- and neuropsychiatric-like symptoms of dementia. Since its neuroimmunoendocrine axis is likewise impaired, this mouse is also useful for modelling complex age-related neurodegeneration....
More than 750,000 of the UK population suffer from some form of cognitive
impairment and dementia. Of these, 5–20% will have Dementia with Lewy Bodies
(DLB). Clinico-pathological studies have shown that it is the low frequency of DLB
clinical core features that makes the DLB...
The etiology of the sporadic form of Alzheimer's disease (AD) remains largely unknown. Recent evidence has suggested that gene-environment interactions (GxE) may play a crucial role in its development and progression. Whereas various susceptibility loci have been identified, like the...
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