Low levels of 10 phospholipids in blood plasma correlated with future cognitive decline in older adults, hinting at diagnostic potential.
Scientists may have discovered another explanation for why DNA repeat sequences cause neurodegenerative diseases: A six-nucleotide expansion in the C9ORF72 gene forms stable structures that interfere with its transcription.
The scientific spotlight often shines on excitatory neurons as the brain’s main Aβ factories. What about other cell types?
The first longitudinal data from DIAN conflict with some cross-sectional findings, revealing a small drop in CSF injury markers after the first appearance of symptoms of disease.