P1-063: Early-onset noradrenergic loss in Tg2576 mice: Selective vulnerability of hippocampus vs. frontal cortex

@article{HajsKorcsok2008P1063EN,
  title={P1-063: Early-onset noradrenergic loss in Tg2576 mice: Selective vulnerability of hippocampus vs. frontal cortex},
  author={{\'E}va Haj{\'o}s‐Korcsok and Gracella J Wheeler and D D Robinson and Laurel M. Sly and Jia En Chin and Diane T. Stephenson},
  journal={Alzheimer's \& Dementia},
  year={2008},
  volume={4}
}
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Brain and Brown Adipose Tissue Metabolism in Transgenic Tg2576 Mice Models of Alzheimer Disease Assessed Using 18F-FDG PET Imaging
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It is suggested that Tg2576 mice brain show 18F-FDG deficits only when blood glucose is taken into consideration, and intrascapular brown adipose tissue findings in Tg 2576 mice are new and not previously reported. Expand
Brown Adipose Tissue Metabolism in Transgenic Tg 2576 Mice Models of Alzheimer Disease Assessed Using F-18-FDG PET Imaging Permalink
Objective: Imaging animal models of Alzheimer disease (AD) is useful for the development of therapeutic drugs and understanding AD. Transgenic Swedish hAPPswe Tg2576 mice are a good model ofExpand