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To determine the role of Alzheimer's disease as a causative factor for late-onset epilepsy, 44 subjects with mild senile dementia of the Alzheimer type and 58 healthy control subjects were examined over a 90-month period for the development of focal or generalized seizure activity (excluding myoclonus). At entry, all subjects were free of prior seizures and(More)
Rhodamine 123 and epifluorescence microscopy revealed a significant portion of the fat cell's mitochondria existed in the form of clusters or aggregates, whereas the remainder were scattered about the cytoplasm. The aggregates were variable in size and number and apparently bore no fixed relationship to the nucleus or to each other. Mitochondrial clusters(More)
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