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Development of staging criteria to distinguish preclinical tauopathies from primary age-related tauopathy (PART)
EUJPND-DARF-Forrest-240 Forrest, Shelley Dementia Australia Research Foundation 2016
Identifying neurophysiological markers of early cognitive decline in Alzheimer's disease
EUJPND-DARF-Goldsworthy-242 Goldsworthy, Mitchell Dementia Australia Research Foundation 2016
The eyes have it: Dynamic characteristics of retinal blood vessels predict early onset of Alzheimer's disease
EUJPND-DARF-Golzan-243 Golzan, Seyyed Mojtaba Dementia Australia Research Foundation 2016
An investigation of the mechanisms by which BDNF Val66Met protects against amyloid toxicity in healthy older adults: Implications for forestalling Alzheimer's disease
EUJPND-DARF-Lim-251 Lim, Yen Ying Dementia Australia Research Foundation 2016
Targeting pathogenic tau with phosphorylated-tau specific intrabodies
EUJPND-DARF-Nisbet-254 Nisbet, Rebecca Dementia Australia Research Foundation 2016
Selectively vulnerable neurons in Alzheimer's disease: Functional and morphological changes in healthy ageing and early Alzheimer's disease
EUJPND-DARF-Woodhouse-262 Woodhouse, Adele Dementia Australia Research Foundation 2016
Role and mechanisms of alpha-synuclein spreading in Parkinson´s disease
EUJPND-Portgual-FCT-PERFEITO-1252 PERFEITO, RITA CATARINA GONÇALVES Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia (FCT) 2016
Probing Amyloid Plaque Pathology in Alzheimer´s Disease using Advanced Imaging Mass Spectrometry
EUJPND-UnivGothenburg-Hanrieder-1572 Hanrieder, Jörg University of Gothenburg 2016
New ideas on plaque can provide a functioning dementia medicine
EUJPND-UnivGothenburg-Zetterberg-1574 Zetterberg, Henrik University of Gothenburg 2016
The role of FTLD proteins in neurite health, function and dysfunction
AADRF-Atkinson-2013 Atkinson, Rachel Dementia Australia Research Foundation 2013