Latest Articles in alzheimers disease

Alzheimer's Development Linked To cholesterol, Toxic Protein Clusters: Research

"The study found that certain lipids can increase the toxicity of amyloid beta peptides, which are thought to play a role in the development of Alzheimer's disease," said Kurouski, an assistant professor and primary investigator for the study

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Social Isolation Might Enhances Dementia Risk Factors Says Study

There has been increasing evidence that social isolation is associated with an increased risk of ADRD, but the links between social lifestyle and other known ADRD risk factors are less well understood

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Alzheimer's Drug From Biogen, Eisai Slows Cognitive Decline, Side-effects In Focus

The drug, lecanemab, was associated with a dangerous type of brain swelling in nearly 13 per cent of patients in the trial that spanned 18 months and enrolled nearly 1,800 participants with early-stage Alzheimer's

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Roche's Alzheimer's Drug Falls Short In Long-awaited Trial

The Swiss drugmaker said in a statement on Monday that twin studies known as Graduate 1 and 2 had not reached the primary goal of showing that the drug gantenerumab could preserve abilities such as remembering

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Eisai, Biogen Say Alzheimer's Drug Slows Cognitive Decline

Eisai and Biogen Inc on Tuesday said their experimental Alzheimer's drug significantly slowed cognitive and functional decline in a large trial of patients in the early stages of the disease, marking a rare win in a field littered with failed drugs

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IIT Jodhpur Finds Effective Fluorescent Probe For The Diagnosis Of Alzheimer’s Disease

Fluorescent probe diagnosis involves injecting a fluorescent chemical that specifically attaches itself to the amyloid plaque and assessing the change in fluorescent properties using an appropriate detector

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