New Map Shows Brain Changes Associated with Alzheimer’s
New Map Shows Brain Changes Associated with Alzheimer’s
The protein expression data, which are freely available online, could help identify new drug targets for the disease.
New Map Shows Brain Changes Associated with Alzheimer’s
New Map Shows Brain Changes Associated with Alzheimer’s

The protein expression data, which are freely available online, could help identify new drug targets for the disease.

The protein expression data, which are freely available online, could help identify new drug targets for the disease.

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Image of the Day: Alzheimer’s GenesImage of the Day: Alzheimer’s Genes
Image of the Day: Alzheimer’s Genes
Nicoletta Lanese | Aug 19, 2019
Mutations within the MS4A gene cluster have been linked to changes in protein levels that affect disease risk.
Alzheimer’s Drug Slows Symptoms, Reduces Plaques
Alzheimer’s Drug Slows Symptoms, Reduces Plaques
Kerry Grens | Jul 26, 2018
In a clinical trial, patients on the highest injected dose had 30 percent less cognitive decline over time than people on a placebo.
Brain Prize Laureate Will Donate Some Winnings to Anti-Brexit Group
Brain Prize Laureate Will Donate Some Winnings to Anti-Brexit Group
Shawna Williams | Mar 6, 2018
Alzheimer’s researcher John Hardy calls the departure “an unmitigated disaster” for science and healthcare in Britain.
Equivocal Findings of Alzheimer’s Trial Using Young Blood
Equivocal Findings of Alzheimer’s Trial Using Young Blood
Catherine Offord | Nov 6, 2017
A team of Stanford University researchers say that administering young people’s blood plasma to Alzheimer’s patients could improve cognitive function, but the results have been criticized.
Recovering Lost Memories
Recovering Lost Memories
Jef Akst | Mar 21, 2016
Researchers use optogenetics to induce recall in an Alzheimer’s mouse model, suggesting the disease may not destroy memories permanently.
Opinion: The Present and Future of Neurogenomics
Opinion: The Present and Future of Neurogenomics
Joseph J. Higgins | Jun 13, 2013
Support the BRAIN Initiative, but don’t overlook the neurogenomic diagnostics that are already driving breakthroughs in brain and rare neurological disorders.
Non-coding Repeats Cause Peptide Clumps
Non-coding Repeats Cause Peptide Clumps
Ruth Williams | Feb 7, 2013
Protein aggregates in the brains of some people with dementia or motor neuron disease have a surprising origin.
Junior Seau Had Brain Trauma
Junior Seau Had Brain Trauma
Beth Marie Mole | Jan 10, 2013
An NIH study finds that the former NFL linebacker who committed suicide last May had signs of degenerative brain disease.
Bees Reverse Brain Aging
Jef Akst | Jul 6, 2012
Older foraging bees experience a change in brain chemistry when they revert to nest duties typically given to younger individuals.