Susan Moore

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Some rare inherited forms of Parkinson's disease (PD) are due to mutations in the gene encoding a 140-amino acid presynaptic protein called alpha-synuclein. In PD, and some other related disorders such as dementia with Lewy bodies, alpha-synuclein accumulates in the brain in the form of fibrillar aggregates, which are found inside the neuronal cytoplasmic(More)
The ability of galantamine (Reminyl) to inhibit the aggregation and toxicity of the beta-amyloid peptide (Abeta) was investigated. Galantamine showed concentration-dependent inhibition of aggregation of both Abeta 1-40 and Abeta 1-42, as determined by an ELISA method. Electron microscope studies of Abeta 1-40 incubated in the presence of galantamine(More)
T he relationship between science and values— especially as it concerns the development of conservation policy—has attracted interest among scientists in recent decades, as evidenced by a special issue of BioScience in June 2001 (see also Lach et al. 2003) and a special section of Conservation Biology in June 1996. The field of ecology provides an ideal(More)
  • Jennifer H Laing, Diane Lee, Susan A Moore, Aggie Weiler, Betty
  • 2013
(post-print). Advancing conceptual understanding of partnerships between protected area agencies and the tourism industry: a postdisciplinary and multi-theoretical approach. Retrieved from (2009). Advancing conceptual understanding of partnerships between protected area agencies and the tourism industry: a postdisciplinary and multi-theoretical approach.(More)
  • Lynnath E Beckley, Claire B Smallwood, Susan A Moore, Halina T Kobryn, Lynnath Beckley, Neil Loneragan
  • 2010
Cooperative Research Centre and CSIRO " s Wealth from Oceans Flagship. The Cluster is funded through CSIRO " s Flagship Collaboration Fund and the partners " in-kind support. Important Disclaimer CSIRO advises that the information contained in this publication comprises general statements based on scientific research. The reader is advised and needs to be(More)
A continuing interest in interdisciplinary research characterizes conservation biology. This interest is a response in large part to the increasingly complex problems facing society. Analysis of recent ecotourism research, as an in-terdisciplinary enterprise, offers insights. As such, this paper analyses two projects – the social and ecological impacts of(More)
Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most common cause of dementia in old age and presently affects an estimated 4 million people in the U.S.A. and 0.75 million people in the U.K. It is a relentless, degenerative brain disease, characterized by progressive cognitive impairment. In the final stages of the disease, patients are often bedridden, doubly incontinent(More)
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