C. L. Hartley

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The phosphorylation state of tau changes during neurodevelopment and highly phosphorylated tau accumulates in the paired helical filaments found in Alzheimer's disease. In non-neuronal mammalian cells transiently expressed tau is predominantly not phosphorylated at sites known to be phosphorylated in paired helical filaments. However this pattern of(More)
Concurrent and distributed computing, using portable software systems or environments on general purpose networked computing platforms, has recently gained widespread attention. Many such systems have been developed, and several are in production use. This project proposes the use of object-oriented techniques to enhance application development and ease of(More)
The apolipoprotein E (apoE) gene has been identified as a susceptibility gene for Alzheimer's disease, although the mechanism whereby apoE exerts this effect has not been determined. The aim of this study was to examine the intracellular fate of apoE and we demonstrate that in mammalian cells-transiently expressing tau and the low density lipoprotein(More)
Neurofilament accumulations are characteristic of a number of neurological conditions including amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, giant axonal neuropathies and several chemically-induced neuropathies. Although the mechanism(s) leading to neurofilament accumulation are unknown, it is possible that similar processes occur both in disease and in(More)
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