Altered levels of cerebrospinal fluid reelin in frontotemporal dementia and Alzheimer's disease.

Abstract

Reelin is an essential glycoprotein for correct cytoarchitectonic organization during CNS development. Its function in the adult brain is far less well understood, but altered brain and blood reelin levels have been reported in some psychiatric disorders, and the possibility has been considered of an involvement of the reelin signaling pathway in… (More)

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