In patients with cognitive decline, the cerebral spinal immune system is dramatically altered. The findings shed light on how inflammation and the immune system play a role in neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's.
According to researchers, Alzheimer's disease may be more prevalent in women, not simply because they live longer on average, but due to the APOE E4 gene. Researchers found the APOE association was greater for women in the Tau pathway than in men. However, there was no difference between APOE expression in the amyloid pathway in women compared to men.
A new study reports a subset of patients, the HIV virus started to replicate in the brain within the first four months of infection.
A molecular cascade could help doctors provide early diagnosis of Alzheimer's through a simple blood test, a new study reports.
A new study points to a newly discovered system in which the brain removed waste as a potential new tool to treat neurodegenerative disorders.