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Medical Xpress: Mesh-like scaffold is disordered in Alzheimer’s-affected cells

February 8, 2016
 

Brain cell death in Alzheimer’s disease is linked to disruption of a skeleton that surrounds the nucleus of the cells, a researcher in the School of Medicine at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio said. Read the full story at Medical Xpress

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Alzheimer’s News Today: Brain cell death is linked to damage in protective skeleton

February 7, 2016
 

Researchers have discovered that the skeleton surrounding the nucleus of brain cells is dysfunctional in Alzheimer’s disease patients, which could lead to neuronal death. The study, “Lamin Dysfunction Mediates Neurodegeneration in Tauopathies,” was published in Current Biology. Read the full story at Alzheimer’s News Today

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Mesh-like scaffold is disordered in Alzheimer’s-affected cells

February 4, 2016
 

Brain cell death in Alzheimer’s disease is linked to disruption of a skeleton that surrounds the nucleus of the cells, a researcher in the School of Medicine at the Health Science Center found.

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Scicasts: Skeleton that Protects Brain Cells’ Control Centre Found to Be Damaged in Alzheimer’s Disease

February 1, 2016
 

Brain cell death in Alzheimer’s disease is linked to disruption of a skeleton that surrounds the nucleus of the cells, a researcher in the School of Medicine at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio said. Read the full story at Scicasts

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News-Medical.net: Lamin nucleoskeleton disordered in Alzheimer’s

February 1, 2016
 

Brain cell death in Alzheimer’s disease is linked to disruption of a skeleton that surrounds the nucleus of the cells, a researcher in the School of Medicine at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio said. Read the full story at News-Medical.net

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MitoQ proprietary antioxidant selected for NIA study

January 4, 2016
 

MitoQ, the world’s first antioxidant formula demonstrating ability to penetrate mitochondria in order to deliver antioxidants in meaningful levels, has been selected for the USA’s National Institute of Aging’s (NIA) Interventions Testing Program (ITP), reports the Health Science Center’s Randy Strong PhD, Read the full story at Alzheimer’s News Today

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