Antibodies against extracellular tau block seeding, diminish brain pathology, and may improve cognition in a mouse model.
The Journal of Neuroscience retracted a paper that claimed Aβ does not accumulate inside neurons, and temporarily banished its senior authors.
The United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union will likely slash funding, impede collaborations, and slow the pace of science.
Prior evidence for protective effect evaporates after adjustment for demographic differences in high- and low-lithium communities.
First look at substrate interactions reveals similarities but some surprises.
The latest effort to determine if a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug protects against Alzheimer’s posted negative results. Time to abandon the approach?
In mice, the back of the brain, near the neck, contains lymphatic vessels that are specialized to take up cerebrospinal fluid and deliver it to cervical lymph nodes.
Researchers implicate PrP in the toxicity of Aβ, tau, and α-synuclein oligomers in several neurodegenerative diseases.
A survey of 16 purported conformation-specific antibodies found that most bound nearly equally well to oligomers and fibrils, and weakly to monomers.
Instead of chewing up and disposing of the amyloid they ingest, microglia appear to compact it, then spit it back out as dense-core plaque.
Aging lymphatic vessels in the meninges hinder waste clearance from the brain and exacerbate Aβ build-up.
A large multinational epidemiology study finds only small and inconsistent associations.
The widely used psychiatric drug lithium, and other agents that inhibit glycogen synthase kinase-3 (GSK3), have been mentioned as possible Alzheimer's disease therapies for some time, primarily because GSK3 is one of several kinases known to phosphorylate tau...
A mixed bag of epidemiologic studies alternatively hold up and knock down the promise that...
As the first of a suite of PET β amyloid imaging agents stands poised to receive a ruling from the FDA, seven scientists are questioning the validity of this technology...