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Amyloid-β ‘seeds’ in old vials of growth hormone

Recent study suggests that some samples of human growth hormone used as therapy until the mid-1980s contain amyloid-β peptide and [...]
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Sticky proteins associated with degenerative brain diseases can be transferred

‘Transmissible’ Alzheimer’s theory gains traction Mouse tests confirm that sticky proteins associated with degenerative brain diseases such as Alzheimer’s can [...]
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Researchers discover drug that could prevent brain cell death caused by b-amyloid

UCLA researchers have discovered a drug that blocks b-amyloid plaques from attaching to brain cells, preventing the extensive cell death. [...]
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Scientists have mounted evidence for the link between APOE4 and the white matter lesions common in vascular dementia

Scientists have been trying to figure out how the apolipoprotein E4 (APOE4) allele increases a person’s risk for late-onset Alzheimer’s [...]
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Immunotherapies banish amyloid from the brain

At least four anti-amyloid immunotherapies have now demonstrated the ability to clear plaques from the brain: aducanumab, gantenerumab, Lilly’s LY3002813, [...]
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Vascular risk on cognitive decline is magnified in people with higher brain amyloid levels

Vascular risk factors appear to hasten the risk of cognitive decline in normal older individuals with evidence of very early [...]
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Surgical instruments may spread amyloid protein linked to neurological disease

Could Aβ aggregates clinging to surgical equipment seed pathology in patients’ brains? Possibly, according to Sebastian Brandner and colleagues at [...]
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Researchers reveal how the destruction of pericytes lead to white matter damage degeneration

Alzheimer’s-related brain changes could start at 40 In a mouse study, scientists at the University of Southern California (USC) in [...]
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Artificial human blood vessels: a model for cerebral amyloid angiopathy?

First functional 3-dimensional CAA-model in bioengineered human vessels Can artificial blood vessels grown from human cells shed light on amyloid [...]
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Video: Inside Alzheimer’s disease

Nature Neuroscience takes us inside the brain to explore the cells, molecules and mechanisms involved in the onset and progression [...]
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