By Jeffrey L Cummings, Serge Gauthier
Given the advance of recent healing techniques and items, Serge Gauthier and Jeffrey Cummings have compiled an inventory of up to date themes with a purpose to be of curiosity essentially to neurologists targeting Alzheimer's illness, and in addition to psychiatrists and geriatricians. The individuals, all revered of their subspecialties, have written up to date, comprehensively referenced chapters which should offer suggestions in addition to stimulate dialogue on the place present remedy is heading.
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At this point, it was expected that overexpression of APP would reveal whether the generation of supranormal levels of Aβ peptide would invariably lead to the known pathology of AD. Even more importantly, it was thought that with the study of transgenic mice of various ages, the relative contribution of Aβ deposition to the disease process could be ascertained: Aβ was either an important initiator of the well-described pathological cascade or was merely an inert deposit, a by-product of dying neurons.
Alzheimer's disease and related disorders annual, 2002 by Jeffrey L Cummings, Serge Gauthier