Publications by Center Staff

2001

Vonsattel JP and Hedley-Whyte ET (2001). Dementia. Pathology of the Aging Human Nervous System (2nd ed.). S Duckett and JC de la Torre (Eds.). Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press: 156-176.

2001

Vonsattel JP, Binetti G and Hedley-Whyte ET (2001). Dementia:  pick disease. Pathology of the Aging Human Nervous System (2nd ed.). S Duckett and JC de la Torre (Eds.). Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press:  190-206.

2001

Drachman DA, Jick H, Jick SS and Seshadri S (2001). Do statins lower the risk of dementia? Cardiology Review; 18: 27-31.

2001

Deng A, Irizarry MC, Nitsch RM, Growdon JH and Rebeck GW (2001). Elevation of cystatin c in susceptible neurons in alzheimer’s disease. Am J Pathol; 159: 1061-1068.

2001

Qiu Z, Strickland DK, Hyman BT and Rebeck GW (2001). Elevation of LDL receptor-related protein levels via ligand interactions in Alzheimer disease and in vitro. J Neuropath Exp Neurol; 60: 430-440.

2001

Cataldo A, Rebeck GW, Ghetti B, Hulette C, Lippa C, van Broeckhoven C, van Duijn C, Cras P, Bogdanovic N, Bird T, Peterhoff C and Nixon R (2001). Endocytic disturbances distinguish among subtypes of alzheimer’s disease and related disorders. Ann Neurol; 50: 661-665.

2001

Growdon JH (2001). Evaluating cns biomarkers for alzheimer’s disease. In Iqbal K, Sisodia SS, Winblad B (Eds.). Alzheimer’s Disease:  Advances in Etiology, Pathogenesis, and Therapeutics. K Iqbal, SS Sisodia and B Winblad (Eds.). New York, NY:  John Wiley & Sons:  265-283.

2001

Mahoney D, Tarlow B, Jones R, Tennstedt S and Kasten L (2001). Factors affecting the use of a telephone based intervention for caregivers of people with ad. J Telemedicine and Telecare; 7:139-148.

2001

Bertram L, Hayward B, Lake SL, Falls K, van Eerdewegh P and Blacker D (2001). Family-based tests of association in the presence and absence of known linkage. Genetic Epidemiology; 21: s292-s297.

2001

Zeng H, Chattarji S, Barbarosie M, Rondi-Reig L, Philpot, BD, Miyakawa T, Bear MT and Tonegawa S (2001). Forebrain-specific calcineurin knockout selectively impairs bidirectional synaptic plasticity and working/episodic-like memory. Cell; 107: 617-629.