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The Models of Alzheimer's Disease Part I

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Speaker: Jimmy Lu …

Speaker: Jimmy Lu
Topics: The Models of Alzheimer's Disease Part I
Date: 2011.02.19

WECO Lab, CSIE, FJU

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  • 1. The Models of Alzheimer’s Disease (Part I)
    Speaker : Jimmy Lu
    Advisor : Hsing Mei
    Web Computing Laboratory (WECO Lab)
    Computer Science and Information Engineering Department
    Fu Jen Catholic University
  • 2. Three models
    Network damage model
    General mechanism that destructs brain network
    Pattern of lesions in Alzheimer’s disease
    Accurate definition of the stage in AD
    Cholinergic hypothesis
    Parameters which affect the progress of the AD
    Combine these three to an algorithm.
  • 3.
  • 4. Amyloid
  • 5. Neurofibrillary Changes
  • 6. Hippocampus
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  • 12. Reference
    H. Braak and E. Braak, Pattern of cortical lesions in Alzheimer's disease. In: K. Iqbal, B. Winblad, T. Nishimura, M. Takeda and H. M. Wisniewski, Editors, Alzheimer's Disease: Biology, Diagnosis, and Therapeutics, Wiley, New York (1997), pp. 227–237.
    H. Braak and E. Braak, Neuropathologicalstageing of Alzheimer-related changes. ActaNeuropathol. 82 (1991), pp. 239–259.

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