Targeting histone-modifications in Alzheimer's disease. What is the evidence that this is a promising therapeutic avenue?

@article{Fischer2014TargetingHI,
  title={Targeting histone-modifications in Alzheimer's disease. What is the evidence that this is a promising therapeutic avenue?},
  author={Andre Fischer},
  journal={Neuropharmacology},
  year={2014},
  volume={80},
  pages={95-102}
}
Alzheimer' s disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia causing an increasing emotional and economical burden to our societies. Although much progress has been made regarding the molecular mechanisms that underlie AD pathogenesis effective therapies are not available yet. The emerging field of neuroepigenetics has provided evidence that de-regulation of epigenetic processes play a role in AD. In this article we will critically review the primary research data that led to the hypothesis… CONTINUE READING

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Alzheimer ' s disease ( AD ) is the most common form of dementia causing an increasing emotional and economical burden to our societies .
Alzheimer ' s disease ( AD ) is the most common form of dementia causing an increasing emotional and economical burden to our societies .
Alzheimer ' s disease ( AD ) is the most common form of dementia causing an increasing emotional and economical burden to our societies .
Alzheimer ' s disease ( AD ) is the most common form of dementia causing an increasing emotional and economical burden to our societies .
Alzheimer ' s disease ( AD ) is the most common form of dementia causing an increasing emotional and economical burden to our societies .
Alzheimer ' s disease ( AD ) is the most common form of dementia causing an increasing emotional and economical burden to our societies .
Alzheimer ' s disease ( AD ) is the most common form of dementia causing an increasing emotional and economical burden to our societies .
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