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The postsynaptic protein neurogranin: a new item in the Alzheimer’s disease biomarker toolbox
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia affecting more than 50 million people worldwide today and is characterised by progressive cognitive decline. One of the earliest events in AD, which is also ...
Synaptic elimination and the complement system in Alzhaimer's disease
The mechanisms behind Alzheimer’s disease (AD) are largely unknown. The disease is to a large extent hereditary, and the best pathophysiological correlate to the severity of the symptoms is loss of synapses. The general ...