Alzheimers Disease: The Novel Finding of Intracellular Biofilms

  title={Alzheimers Disease: The Novel Finding of Intracellular Biofilms},
  author={H. Allen and Rina M. Allawh and A. Touati and C. Katsetos and S. Joshi},
  journal={Journal of neuroinfectious diseases},
  • H. Allen, Rina M. Allawh, +2 authors S. Joshi
  • Published 2017
  • Biology
  • Journal of neuroinfectious diseases
  • We previously have found biofilms in the hippocampi of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) post mortem brain specimens. We had seen them in an extracellular location and noted them to be present in the areas of pathological plaque formation. Other investigators have found the presence of spirochetes (Lyme and dental) in affected (AD) brains, and these have been correlated with Treponema pallidum. In a recent historical comparison of the pathology of syphilis, the histological findings of syphilis and AD… CONTINUE READING
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