By N. M. Hooper
A panel of hugely expert investigators describe intimately their state of the art biochemical, mobilephone organic, and molecular organic recommendations for learning the molecular foundation of Alzheimer's ailment. those conveniently reproducible, step by step equipment specialise in paintings with the amyloid precursor protein and the amyloidogenic peptide A?, but additionally include-with the hot identity of presenilin proteins-techniques for making a choice on the constitution and organic functionality of those proteins. moreover, there are chapters overlaying the tau protein and its position in Alzheimer's disorder, in addition to an introductory dialogue of the heritage of the sickness, its genetic foundation, and the at the moment to be had and attainable destiny healing brokers. state-of-the-art and huge ranging, Alzheimer's illness: tools and Protocols presents prepared entry to confirmed, reproducible equipment for elucidating the molecular foundation of this commonest senile dementia.
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Alzheimer's Disease: Methods and Protocols (Methods in Molecular Medicine) by N. M. Hooper