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Journal of Alzheimer's Disease
is an international multidisciplinary journal to facilitate progress in understanding the etiology, pathogenesis, epidemiology, genetics, behavior, treatment and psychology of Alzheimer's disease.
A cell model of Alzheimer’s disease based on Tau and APP overexpression diminishes mitochondrial PARK2 targeting and causes damaged mitochondria accumulation labeled by PINK1 demonstrating a mitophagy failure. From Martín-Maestro et al., JAD70(2).
Aggregated Aβ1-42 induced cellular tauopathy in primary cortical neurons. Pretreated the neurons with increasing concentrations of amylin had protective effects against the Aβ induced tauopathy in a dose-dependent, U shape pattern. From Gan et al., JAD70(4).
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TDP-43 (red) co-localized with a fraction of PKAcα and PKAcβ (green) in the nucleus of HeLa cells. From Gu et al., JAD70(4).
Treatment with a single intraperitoneal dose of scFV-h3D6 in young 3xTg-AD female mice decreases intracellular amyloid burden and preserves cell density. From Esquerda-Canals et al., JAD70(4).
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Distribution of Aβ42 in cell cultures after 24h incubation. SH-SY5Y cells after differentiation with various agents. From Krishtal et al., JAD71(3).
Primary mouse cortical neurons expressing Venus-Tau-Teal, a biosensor for tau unfolding, were treated with amyloid-β (Aβ) oligomers or vehicle for 6 hours, and then were visualized by 2-photon fluorescence lifetime imaging. From Rudenko et al., JAD 71(4).
The 2019 Alzheimer Award goes to Yan-Jiang Wang, MD, PhD and Xian-Le Bu, MD, PhD as co-authors of the winning JAD paper: "Gut Microbiota is Altered in Patients with Alzheimer's Disease." For more information, click the image or go to: j-alz.com/award