Rawle I. Hollingsworth

1Birgit Zipser
1Linjuan Huang
1Rudy Castellani
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Although most of the glucose metabolized in the brain is taken up from the blood, glucose derived from glycogen stores is increasingly implicated in both normal brain function and injury repair. An impaired glucose metabolism is one of the features of Alzheimer's disease (AD) entailing a reduction in glucose transporters and the uptake of glucose as well as(More)
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