Publications by Center Staff

1998

Qiu WQ, Walsh DM, Ye Z, Vekrellis K, Zhang J, Podlisny MB, Rosner MR, Safavi A, Hersh LB and Selkoe DJ (1998).  Insulin-degrading enzyme regulates extracellular levels of amyloid beta-protein by degradation. J of Biol Chem; 273: 32730-32738.

1998

Growdon JH, Kieburtz K, McDermott MP, Panisset M, Friedman JH, and the Parkinson Study Group (1998). Levodopa improves motor function without impairing cognition in mild non-demented parkinson's disease patients. Neurology; 50: 1327-1331.

1998

Selkoe DJ, Xia W, Podlinsy M, Hartley D and Walsh D (1998). Progressive cerebral accumulation of the amyloid beta-protein as the central pathogenetic event in alzheimer's disease. Amyloid and Amyloidosis: Proceedings of the VIII International Symposium on Amyloidosis. Rochester, MN: 448-452.

1998

Silver M, Newell K, Hyman BT, Growdon JH, Hedley-Whyte ET and Perls T (1998). Unraveling the mystery of cognitive changes in old age: correlation of neuropsychological evaluation with neuropathological findings in the extreme old. Int Psychogeriatrics; 10: 25-41.

1998

Nitsch RM, Kim C and Growdon JH (1998). Vasopressin and bradykinin regulate secretory processing of the amyloid protein precursor of alzheimer's disease. Neurochem Research; 23: 907-814.

1997

Yaar M, Zhai S and Gilchrest BA (1997). Binding of ß-amyloid to the p75 neurotrophin receptor induces apoptosis:  a possible mechanism for alzheimer’s disease. J Clin Invest; 100: 2333-2340.

1997

Yaar M and Gilchrest BA (1997). Human melanocytes as a model system for studies of alzheimer disease. Arch Dermatol; 133: 1287-1291.

1997

Beal MF, Mecocci R, Polidori MC, Cherubini A, Chionne F, Avellini L, Romano G and Senin U (1997). Mitochondrial membrane fluidity and oxidative damage to mitochondrial dna in aged and ad human brain. Molec Chem Neuropathol; 31:  53-64.

1997

Beal MF (1997). Oxidative damage in neurodegenerative diseases. The Neuroscientist; 3:  21-27.

1996

Beal MF (1996). Mitochondria, free radicals and neurodegeneration:  Current opinion in neurobiology. Neurobiol; 6:  661-666.