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The cholinergic hypothesis of geriatric memory dysfunction.
Biochemical, electrophysiological, and pharmacological evidence supporting a role for cholinergic dysfunction in age-related memory disturbances is critically reviewed. An attempt has been made to
Disease duration and the integrity of the nigrostriatal system in Parkinson's disease.
The extent of nigrostriatal degeneration in patients with Parkinson's disease at different disease durations from time of diagnosis is investigated and loss of dopaminergic markers in the dorsal putamen occurs rapidly and is virtually complete by 4 years post-diagnosis.
On Neurodegenerative Diseases, Models, and Treatment Strategies: Lessons Learned and Lessons Forgotten a Generation Following the Cholinergic Hypothesis
  • R. Bartus
  • Biology
    Experimental Neurology
  • 1 June 2000
Life's Journey If life is indeed a journey, then poetry must be the map that reveals all its topographic possibilitiesellipsis while science is the compass that keeps us from getting lost. -R. T.
Delivery of neurturin by AAV2 (CERE‐120)‐mediated gene transfer provides structural and functional neuroprotection and neurorestoration in MPTP‐treated monkeys
We tested the hypothesis that gene delivery of the trophic factor neurturin could preserve motor function and protect nigrostriatal circuitry in hemiparkinsonian monkeys.
Calpain inhibitor AK295 attenuates motor and cognitive deficits following experimental brain injury in the rat.
To the authors' knowledge, this study is the first to use a calpain inhibitor following brain trauma and suggests that calpain plays a role in the posttraumatic events underlying memory and neuromotor dysfunction.
Oncolytic virus therapy of multiple tumors in the brain requires suppression of innate and elicited antiviral responses
Cyclophosphamide treatment of rats with large single or multiple intracerebral tumors substantially increased viral survival and propagation, leading to neoplastic regression.
The Role of Leukocytes Following Cerebral Ischemia: Pathogenic Variable or Bystander Reaction to Emerging Infarct?
The existing evidence does not readily support any of these predictions and that, therefore, it consistently falls short of establishing a clear cause-effect relationship between leukocyte recruitment and the pathogenesis of ischemia.