Mark Kelinske

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Tau is an emerging target for Alzheimer's disease (AD) and other conditions with epileptiform activity. Genetic tau reduction (in Tau(+/-) and Tau(-/-) mice) prevents deficits in AD models and has an excitoprotective effect, increasing resistance to seizures, without causing apparent neuronal dysfunction. However, most studies of tau reduction have been(More)
Shigella keratitis with ulceration is a rare occurrence with only four previous reports in the literature. Corneal ulceration appears to be characteristically superficial with a predilection for the inferior cornea. In the case reported here, resolution of ulceration occurred with the use of gentamicin and chloramphenicol, following a poor response to(More)
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