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Fatty acid composition of brain phospholipids in aging and in Alzheimer’s disease
The two major phospholipid classes, namely, phosphatidylethanolamines (PE) and phosphatidylcholines (PC), were studied in four different regions of human brain,i.e., in frontal gray matter, frontalExpand
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Retrograde axonal transport of protein.
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Lipid Compositions of Different Regions of the Human Brain During Aging
The neutral and phospholipid compositions of various regions of the human brain were analyzed using autopsy material covering the life period between 33 and 92 years of age. The protein content wasExpand
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Infections in the CNS during childhood and the risk of subsequent psychotic illness: a cohort study of more than one million Swedish subjects.
OBJECTIVE Infections during early life have been suggested to play a role in the etiology of schizophrenia. Most studies have focused on fetal life; few have explored risk associated with infectionExpand
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Suppressors, receptors and effects of cytokines on the aging mouse biological clock
During aging, levels of inflammatory cytokines increase and circadian rhythms are frequently altered. We here investigated neurobiological correlates of neuroinflammation and its age-relatedExpand
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Passage of parasites across the blood-brain barrier
The blood-brain barrier (BBB) is a structural and functional barrier that protects the central nervous system (CNS) from invasion by blood-borne pathogens including parasites. However, someExpand
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Effects of manganese oxide on monkeys as revealed by a combined neurochemical, histological and neurophysiological evaluation
Four monkeys were exposed to a total of 8 g each of manganese as oxide by repetitive subcutaneous injections during 5 months, after which they were left for 1 week to 6 months before they wereExpand
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Uptake of exogenous proteins in mouse olfactory cells
SummaryProtein tracers (albumin labelled with Evans blue and horseradish peroxidase) were instilled through the nostrils into the nasal cavities of mice. At varying time intervals thereafter theExpand
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Measles Virus in the Brain
Measles virus can give three different forms of infections in the central nervous system. These are acute postinfectious encephalitis, acute progressive infectious encephalitis, and subacuteExpand
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Interferon-γ Alters Electrical Activity and Clock Gene Expression in Suprachiasmatic Nucleus Neurons
The proinflammatory cytokine interferon (IFN-γ) is an immunomodulatory molecule released by immune cells. It was originally described as an antiviral agent but can also affect functions in theExpand
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