Ugo Moratti

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Sensory gating is defined as the brain's ability to inhibit repetitive and irrelevant incoming sensory stimuli and is supposed to be related to cholinergic transmission. Indeed, Alzheimer's disease (AD) is characterized by a cholinergic deficit that is believed to be involved in cerebral cortex hyperexcitability and short latency afferent inhibition(More)
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