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Neurodegeneration – Multimedia

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How To Study the Degenerating Brain

Download this listicle to discover more about some of the main techniques deployed to study the degenerating brain.
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Advances in Cell Microscopy

Since the earliest microscopy efforts in the 1600s, cell imaging has significantly modernized and become a ubiquitous tool in cell biology laboratories. Here, we cover five key advances in cell microscopy to help you understand how the field is progressing.
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White Matter in Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia With Tom Veale

We're back with another Teach Me in 10 episode. This installment of Teach Me in 10 features Tom Veale, a PhD student at the Dementia Research Centre at the University College of London. In this episode of Teach Me in 10, Veale talks broadly about dementia and Alzheimer's disease, the brain changes that occur and white matter's involvement in Alzheimer's disease.
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Applications of Single-Cell Sequencing

Over recent years, single-cell sequencing has become a method ubiquitously used across several different areas of biological research. Why have so many researchers so rapidly adopted this relatively novel set of techniques and how can they be applied?
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How Wearable Technology Is Helping People With Parkinson's Disease

At the British Neuroscience Assoication's Festival of Neuroscience 2021, Neuroscience News and Research spoke to University of Oxford Professor Michele Hu on how new wearable technology is helping people with Parkinson's.

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What's the Link Between Sports, Brain Injury and Dementia?

At the British Neuroscience Association's Festival of Neuroscience 2021, Neuroscience News and Research spoke with Imperial College London's Professor David Sharp on the link between sports, head injuries and dementia.
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Celebrating World Parkinson’s Day

Technology Networks wanted to acknowledge World Parkinson's day, in efforts to share the amazing research and discoveries that have come to light over recent years to enable progression for diagnosis and treatment of the disease.
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Cellular Senescence: A Common Thread Across Age-Related Diseases

Download this listicle to learn about four cellular senescence studies including the elimination of senescent cells delays tumorigenesis and extends lifespans in mice, senolytic treatment reduces plaque development and increases vasomotor function, implications in Alzheimer's disease and senolytics for kidney disease: a promising preliminary clinical report.
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Why Use Stem Cells To Treat Neurological Diseases? With Dr Mariah Lelos

This installment of Teach Me in 10 features Dr Mariah Lelos, a senior lecturer at Cardiff University. Watch this Teach Me in 10 to discover why stem cells are an emerging treatment for neurological diseases such as Parkinson's and Huntington's.
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Neurodegeneration: A Closer Look

The burden of neurodegeneration is one that weighs heavily on the world’s aging population. To understand why conditions like Alzheimer’s disease are so difficult to treat, we must first understand how they affect the brain. In this infographic we take a deep dive into the degenerating brain, examining the changes that occur at every level.

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