New research presented at the HAI conference also finds links between UCB-J uptake and plaques, tangles, and cognitive decline.
Amyloid and tau PET are helping scientists pinpoint the underlying cause of specific AD symptoms. Perhaps imaging of certain brain regions will help predict an individual’s progression.
At HAI 2020, scientists more precisely quantified the relationship between plaques, tangles, and cognitive decline.
When observed over an eight-year period, people with the highest plasma concentrations were more likely to die than people with lower levels.
By engaging scientists studying every tau-based disorder, a new conference aimed to foster collaborations and research directions.
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The monoclonal antibody activated TREM2 signaling on mouse microglia. It supported their survival and stimulated their clearance of amyloid plaques.
Not sure where that is? You are not alone. It is a tiny spot deep behind the nose, newly defined by the PET signal of early neurofibrillary tangle deposition. It also prompted a tau-staging scheme.
United Kingdom’s DRI pivots to fight COVID-19. The facility could test 10,000 samples per day.
A survey conducted by the Alzheimer’s Association finds that three-quarters of these physicians had little to no residency training in dementia care.
From caregivers going it alone to understaffed nursing homes on lockdown, people with neurodegenerative disease and their caregivers are feeling enormous strain from the novel coronavirus. They are adapting to the new normal with technology.
Two papers report that phosphorylated tau in the blood distinguishes people with AD from healthy controls and from people with frontotemporal and vascular dementias.
A trial of nearly 20,000 participants found no benefit over five years.
Scientists report at AAT-AD/PD that they tightened a causal connection between gut microbes, microglial function, and protein deposits. In mice, that is.