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  • Dementia

    The pathogenesis of AD is complex, involving specific disease-linked proteins (amyloid-beta [Aβ] and tau), inflammation, and neurotransmitter dysregulation.[] KEYWORDS: Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis; Positron emission tomography; Tau[] The pathogenesis of AD is complex, involving specific disease-linked proteins (amyloid-beta [Aß] and tau), inflammation, and neurotransmitter dysregulation.[]

  • Otitis Media

    Removing this potential outlier resulted in homogeneity between the remaining studies ( Lambert 1986 ) (Tau² 0.00; Chi² 2.86, df 3 (P 0.41); I² 0%) and an increase in the[]

  • Pneumonia

    We presented results as the average treatment effect with 95% CI and Tau² and I² estimates.[]

  • Meningitis

    Proof that it is CSF has rested for many years on the presence of glucose but β-2 (tau) transferrin is a more specific CSF marker.[]

  • Tauopathy

    These data support investigation of a tau-lowering therapy in human patients who have tau-positive inclusions even after pathological tau deposition has begun.[] Administration of anti-tau antibody to tau transgenic mice that had decreased brain soluble tau and interstitial fluid tau resulted in an increase in plasma tau, but this[] […] associated with seeded tau pathology in tau transgenic mouse brain.[]

  • Progressive Supranuclear Palsy

    APOE ɛ4 carriers had more severe amyloid pathology, but total tau burden and a global cognitive impairment index did not differ from APOE ɛ4 noncarriers.[] Comparative biochemistry of tau aggregates shows that they differ in both phosphorylation and content of tau isoforms.[] […] diagnosis of neurodegenerative disorders associated with tau protein. 2016 EAN.[]

  • Classic Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Syndrome

    Etiology PSP is a 4R tauopathy composed of a preponderance of four-repeat tau isoforms and a characteristic biochemical profile (doublet tau 64 and tau 69).[] The factors that initiate tau-neurodegeneration are unknown. Diagnostic methods Diagnosis is based on the clinical picture and neuropsychological evaluation.[] The differences in the rate and areas of accumulation of phosphorylated tau protein correlate with the clinical variants of PSP-tau pathology.[]

  • Frontotemporal Dementia

    […] protein tau ( MAPT) mutation.[] […] in a 3-repeat G55R tau versus 3-repeat wild-type tau comparison.[] Postmortem neuropathological and biochemical data indicate a Pick-like tau pathology but with phosphoserine 262-positive immunoreactivity.[]

  • Alzheimer Disease

    The hyperphosphorylation of tau results both from an imbalance between the activities of tau kinases and tau phosphatases and as well as changes in tau's conformation which[] This truncated tau can catalyse the conversion of normal soluble tau into aggregated oligomeric and fibrillar tau which, in turn, can spread to neighbouring neurons.[] […] of tau was higher than that of Aβ.[]

  • GRN-Related Frontotemporal Dementia with TDP43 Inclusions

    Cellular inclusions contain the protein tau. Also called tau-positive or tau-opathies. Includes: Corticobasal degeneration (CBD). Classic PiD.[] FTLD-tau and tau isoforms.[] Death at 57. a 3R Morphological aspect of tau labelling: A: Neurofibrillary tangles (arrow) immunolabelled by antibody against 3 R tau.[]

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