Genetic heterogeneity Genetic heterogeneity occurs through the production of single or similar phenotypes through different genetic mechanisms There are two types of genetic heterogeneity allelic heterogeneity, which occurs when a similar phenotype is produced by different alleles within the same gene and locus heterogeneity, which occurs when a similar phenotype is produced by mutations at different loci. Developmental Heterogeneity of Microglia and Brain Myeloid Introduction Microglia are brain parenchymal macrophages that are implicated in numerous neurological diseases, such as Alzheimer s disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, stroke, and brain tumors Colonna and Butovsky, , Prinz et al .In addition to their classical immune surveillance and scavenging functions, microglia have recently been found to actively participate in neural OUR SCIENCE CogRx Alzheimer s disease is a debilitating neurodegenerative disease and the most common form of dementia Symptoms include irritability, confusion, mood swings, language difficulties and memory loss. Spatial and temporal heterogeneity of mouse and human Microglia have critical roles not only in neural development and homeostasis, but also in neurodegenerative and neuroinflammatory diseases of the central Protein heterogeneity and the immunogenicity of Abstract High resolution analytical techniques reveal structural micro heterogeneity within endogenous proteins, however, they are seen as self molecules by the immune system and immunological tolerance is established In contrast the protein biotherapeutics are produced in Early onset Alzheimer s disease Early onset Alzheimer s disease, also called early onset Alzheimer s, or early onset AD, is Alzheimer s disease diagnosed before the age of It is an uncommon form of Alzheimer s, accounting for only % of all Alzheimer s cases About % of the cases of early onset Alzheimer s are familial, where a genetic predisposition leads to the disease The other incidences of early onset Genetic data and cognitively defined late onset Alzheimer Clinical heterogeneity is common among people with late onset Alzheimer s disease see for a review.Categorizing people with a condition into biologically coherent subgroups is an important CSF and blood biomarkers for the diagnosis of Alzheimer s CSF and blood biomarkers for the diagnosis of Alzheimer s disease a systematic review and meta analysis Calcium Dysregulation in Astrocytes in Alzheimer s Disease Calcium Dysregulation in Astrocytes in Alzheimer s Disease Elizabeth O Donnell Faculty of Science, The Open University, Milton Keynes, MK AA, UK Introduction Astrocytes were traditionally associated with a supporting role in the central nervous system maintaining homeostasis, ionic levels, blood flow and supply of nutrients . About The Global Alzheimer s Association Interactive Network The Global Alzheimer s Association Interactive Network GAAIN unites a diverse and geographically distributed network of data partners within a federated data platform designed to foster cohort discovery, collaboration and sharing GAAIN represents the first open access, federated Alzheimer s disease data discovery platform of its kind.
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