1 Lamiaceae Family Plants as a Potential Anticholinesterase Source in the Treatment of Alzheimer ’ s Disease Alzheimer

@inproceedings{Kusman20141LF,
  title={1 Lamiaceae Family Plants as a Potential Anticholinesterase Source in the Treatment of Alzheimer ’ s Disease Alzheimer},
  author={Tuba Kusman},
  year={2014}
}
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is one of the most common and progressive neurodegenerative disorders with dementia in the world. The precise causes of AD are not fully understood yet, although several important features of its pathophysiology are well described. Current AD treatment is symptomatic and is mainly, but not exclusively, focused on the inhibition of cholinesterases (ChEs). There are four cholinesterase inhibitors approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA): tacrine, donepezil… CONTINUE READING
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