At the first NIH summit since the National Plan to Address Alzheimer’s was implemented back in 2012, scientists discussed progress made and put forth a new set of goals.
Researchers sequenced the exomes of nearly 3,000 people with ALS to identify the new gene.
Researchers at Keystone attempted to distinguish microglia from other macrophages in the body, both in form and function, and monitor the way each behaves during disease.
Researchers at a recent Keystone symposium compared the properties of microglia with those of other macrophages in the body. The cells acquire their unique personalities through both their origins and their present environment.
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Worldwide, brain banks are combining their holdings into large databases in an effort to better support neurodegenerative disease research.
Banked brain tissue enables crucial advances in the understanding and treatment of degenerative disorders. As appreciation of the many different variants of neurodegenerative disease is growing, well-preserved tissue is in more demand than ever. Are the ...
Researchers strongly agree that brain banks are indispensable for important discoveries in neurodegenerative disease, but funding shortfalls now threaten to stall the pace of progress.
A TMEM106B variant widely influences the formation of TDP-43 inclusions, even in people without noticeable signs of neurodegeneration.
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An APP variant reported to stave off Alzheimer’s disease occurs in about one in 6,500 Americans.
Autoradiography confirms that T807/AV1451 binds tau but not TDP-43. Even so, some say the tracer will benefit from more technical work to ensure it will measure small changes robustly in multicenter settings.
At the HAI conference, scientists reported progress toward differential diagnosis of the bewildering spectrum of frontotemporal dementia and atypical Alzheimer’s variants. In some, hypometabolism overlaps with tau, not amyloid.
Researchers explored how the brain’s immune cells influence disease, and how cells and signals from outside the brain pitch in.
Early data suggest that the T807/AV1451 signal relates to cerebrospinal biomarkers of Alzheimer’s, intensifies by up to 10 percent a year, and might nail diagnoses beyond typical AD.
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