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Bright light therapy: improved sensitivity to its effects on rest-activity rhythms in Alzheimer patients by application of nonparametric methods.
- E. V. van Someren, D. Swaab, C. Colenda, W. Cohen, W. McCall, P. Rosenquist
- Psychology, Medicine
- Chronobiology international
Sleep-wake rhythm disturbances in patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD) make a strong demand on caregivers and are among the most important reasons for institutionalization. Several previous studies… Expand
Effect of bright light and melatonin on cognitive and noncognitive function in elderly residents of group care facilities: a randomized controlled trial.
- R. F. Riemersma-van der Lek, D. Swaab, J. Twisk, E. Hol, W. Hoogendijk, E. V. Van Someren
- 11 June 2008
CONTEXT Cognitive decline, mood, behavioral and sleep disturbances, and limitations of activities of daily living commonly burden elderly patients with dementia and their caregivers. Circadian rhythm… Expand
The stress system in the human brain in depression and neurodegeneration
Corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) plays a central role in the regulation of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA)-axis, i.e., the final common pathway in the stress response. The action of CRH… Expand
A sex difference in the human brain and its relation to transsexuality
TRANSSEXUALS have the strong feeling, often from childhood onwards, of having been born the wrong sex. The possible psycho-genie or biological aetiology of transsexuality has been the subject of… Expand
Indirect bright light improves circadian rest-activity rhythm disturbances in demented patients
Light is known to be an important modulator of circadian rhythms. We tested the hypothesis than an enduring increase in the daytime environmental illumination level improves rest-activity rhythm… Expand
The stress system in depression and neurodegeneration: Focus on the human hypothalamus
The stress response is mediated by the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) system. Activity of the corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) neurons in the hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus (PVN)… Expand
Hypocretin (orexin) loss in Parkinson's disease.
The hypothalamic hypocretin (orexin) system plays a central role in the regulation of various functions, including sleep/wake regulation and metabolism. There is a growing interest in hypocretin… Expand
Alteration of the microRNA network during the progression of Alzheimer's disease
- P. Lau, K. Bossers, +15 authors B. De Strooper
- Biology, Medicine
- EMBO molecular medicine
- 9 September 2013
An overview of miRNAs altered in Alzheimer's disease (AD) was established by profiling the hippocampus of a cohort of 41 late‐onset AD (LOAD) patients and 23 controls, showing deregulation of 35… Expand
Male-to-female transsexuals have female neuron numbers in a limbic nucleus.
- F. Kruijver, J. N. Zhou, C. Pool, M. A. Hofman, L. Gooren, D. Swaab
- Medicine, Biology
- The Journal of clinical endocrinology and…
- 1 May 2000
Transsexuals experience themselves as being of the opposite sex, despite having the biological characteristics of one sex. A crucial question resulting from a previous brain study in male-to-female… Expand
Alterations in the circadian rest-activity rhythm in aging and Alzheimer's disease
- W. Witting, I. H. Kwa, P. Eikelenboom, M. Mirmiran, D. Swaab
- Psychology, Medicine
- Biological Psychiatry
- 15 March 1990
The suprachiasmatic nucleus, considered to be the endogenous circadian clock in the mammalian brain, shows morphological changes with aging, which become even more pronounced in Alzheimer's disease… Expand