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A 10-year follow-up of hippocampal volume on magnetic resonance imaging in early dementia and cognitive decline

Tom den Heijer, Fedde van der Lijn, Peter J. Koudstaal, Albert Hofman, Aad van der Lugt, Gabriel P. Krestin, Wiro J. Niessen and Monique M. B. Breteler.

in Brain

April 2010; published online April 2010.

Journal Article. Subjects: neurology; neuroscience. 6256 words.

Hippocampal atrophy is frequently observed on magnetic resonance images from patients with Alzheimer’s disease and persons with mild cognitive impairment. Even in asymptomatic elderly, a...

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A 1H-MR Spectroscopy Study of Changes in Glutamate and Glutamine (Glx) Concentrations in Frontal Spectra after Administration of Memantine

Heidi van Wageningen, Hugo A. Jørgensen, Karsten Specht and Kenneth Hugdahl.

in Cerebral Cortex

April 2010; published online July 2009.

Journal Article. Subjects: neuroscience. 4949 words.

Glutamate is the major excitatory neurotransmitter in the brain and therefore important for cognitive functions. The aim of the study was to investigate if administration of the...

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‘A beautiful creature that jumps’

A. N. Wilson.

in Brain

February 2005; published online February 2005.

Journal Article. Subjects: neurology; neuroscience. 1479 words.

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The A467T and W748S POLG substitutions are a rare cause of adult-onset ataxia in Europe

Kate Craig, Gianfrancesco Ferrari, Watcharee Tiangyou, Gavin Hudson, Cinzia Gellera, Massimo Zeviani and Patrick F. Chinnery.

in Brain

April 2007; published online April 2007.

Journal Article. Subjects: neurology; neuroscience. 1153 words.

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The A9 dopamine neuron component in grafts of ventral mesencephalon is an important determinant for recovery of motor function in a rat model of Parkinson’s disease

Shane Grealish, Marie E. Jönsson, Meng Li, Deniz Kirik, Anders Björklund and Lachlan H. Thompson.

in Brain

February 2010; published online January 2010.

Journal Article. Subjects: neurology; neuroscience. 8383 words.

Grafts of foetal ventral mesencephalon, used in cell replacement therapy for Parkinson’s disease, are known to contain a mix of dopamine neuronal subtypes including the A9 neurons of the...

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ABCC1: a gateway for pharmacological compounds to the ischaemic brain

Ertugrul Kilic, Annett Spudich, Ülkan Kilic, Katharina M. Rentsch, Raluca Vig, Christian M. Matter, Heidi Wunderli-Allenspach, Jean-Marc Fritschy, Claudio L. Bassetti and Dirk M. Hermann.

in Brain

October 2008; published online September 2008.

Journal Article. Subjects: neurology; neuroscience. 5929 words.

By preventing access of drugs to the CNS, the blood–brain barrier hampers developments in brain pharmacotherapy. Strong efforts are currently being made to identify drugs that accumulate...

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ABC-transporter gene-polymorphisms are potential pharmacogenetic markers for mitoxantrone response in multiple sclerosis

S. Cotte, N. von Ahsen, N. Kruse, B. Huber, A. Winkelmann, U. K. Zettl, M. Starck, N. König, N. Tellez, J. Dörr, F. Paul, F. Zipp, F. Lühder, H. Koepsell, H. Pannek, X. Montalban, R. Gold and A. Chan.

in Brain

September 2009; published online July 2009.

Journal Article. Subjects: neurology; neuroscience. 7541 words.

Escalation therapy with mitoxantrone (MX) in highly active multiple sclerosis is limited by partially dose-dependent side-effects. Predictors of therapeutic response may result in...

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Aberrant Cells and Synaptic Circuits in Pediatric Epilepsy Surgery Patients

Carlos Cepeda, Véronique M. André, Irene Yamazaki, Max Kleiman-Weiner, Robin S. Fisher, Harry V. Vinters, Michael S. Levine and and Gary W. Mathern.

in From Development to Degeneration and Regeneration of the Nervous System

December 2008; published online May 2009.

Chapter. Subjects: neuroscience. 7905 words.

This chapter discusses studies on the properties of abnormal cells and synaptic circuits in pediatric cortical dysplasia (CD). It provides a working hypothesis concerning how CD tissue may...

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Aberrant T cell migration toward RANTES and MIP-1α in patients with multiple sclerosis

Ying C. Q. Zang, Ajoy K. Samanta, Jyotsnabaran B. Halder, Jian Hong, Maria V. Tejada-Simon, Victor M. Rivera and Jingwu Z. Zhang.

in Brain

September 2000; published online September 2000.

Journal Article. Subjects: neurology; neuroscience. 5493 words.

Trafficking of inflammatory T cells into the central nervous system (CNS) plays an important role in the pathogenesis of multiple sclerosis. The directional migratory ability of peripheral T...

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The ability of measures of memory and executive functioning to predict brain impairment

S. L. Western, M. Y. Kibby and C. J. Long.

in Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology

January 1997; published online January 1997.

Journal Article. Subjects: neuroscience; neuropsychology. 0 words.

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