Alzheimer's Disease: Facts & Research Information

Latest Alzheimer's Disease Publications

Deep and Frequent Phenotyping study hopes to dramatically improve success rate of clinical trials for treatments in Alzheimer's disease.

The leading hypothesis of Alzheimers is an accumulation of beta amyloid plaque first alters communication between brain cells, then prompts cell death.

Researchers have discovered there is a link between vitamin D and the way the brain works.

Research looks at nerve cells in the hippocampus the part of the brain important for memory function and formation and one of the first regions affected by Alzheimers disease.

A research group has uncovered a critical process in understanding the degeneration of brain cells sensitive to Alzheimers disease.

Changes in the brain of a person with Alzheimers disease can be observed ten years before a person has become so ill that he or she can be diagnosed with the disease.

Simple process was used to make antibodies that neutralize the harmful protein particles that lead to Alzheimers disease.

Innovative global research initiatives taking important steps to standardize Alzheimers disease biomarkers.

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