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Volume 73, Issue 4 / 2020 Online

A Narrative Review of Handgrip Strength and Cognitive Functioning: Bringing a New Characteristic to Muscle Memory
Shaughnessy, Keith A. | Hackney, Kyle J. | Clark, Brian C. | Kraemer, William J. | Terbizan, Donna J. | Bailey, Ryan R. | McGrath, Ryan

Neuroimaging in Vascular Cognitive Impairment and Dementia: A Systematic Review
Frantellizzi, Viviana | Pani, Arianna | Ricci, Maria | Locuratolo, Nicoletta | Fattapposta, Francesco | De Vincentis, Giuseppe

Forgetting Rates on the Recency Portion of a Word List Predict Conversion from Mild Cognitive Impairment to Alzheimer’s Disease
Turchetta, Chiara Stella | De Simone, Maria Stefania | Perri, Roberta | Fadda, Lucia | Caruso, Giulia | De Tollis, Massimo | Caltagirone, Carlo | Carlesimo, Giovanni Augusto

Loss of Functional Dentition is Associated with Cognitive Impairment
Han, Ji Hyun | Lee, Hyo-Jung | Han, Ji Won | Suh, Seung Wan | Lee, Ju Ri | Byun, Seonjeong | Kim, Keun Suh | Kim, Sung Yeol | Lee, Jung-Tae | Yoo, Eunha | et al.

β-Lactolin, a Whey-Derived Lacto-Tetrapeptide, Prevents Alzheimer’s Disease Pathologies and Cognitive DeclineOpen Access
Ano, Yasuhisa | Ohya, Rena | Takaichi, Yuta | Washinuma, Terukatsu | Uchida, Kazuyuki | Takashima, Akihiko | Nakayama, Hiroyuki

Brain Volume Predicts Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms in Alzheimer’s Disease
Boublay, Nawele | Bouet, Romain | Dorey, Jean-Michel | Padovan, Catherine | Makaroff, Zaza | Fédérico, Denis | Gallice, Isabelle | Barrellon, Marie-Odiled | et al.

Ultra-High Field MRI in Alzheimer’s Disease: Effective Transverse Relaxation Rate and Quantitative Susceptibility Mapping of Human Brain In Vivo and Ex Vivo compared to Histology
Tuzzi, Elisa | Balla, David Z. | Loureiro, Joana R.A. | Neumann, Manuela | Laske, Christoph | Pohmann, Rolf | Preische, Oliver | Scheffler, Klaus | Hagberg, Gisela E.

The GSM BPN-15606 as a Potential Candidate for Preventative Therapy in Alzheimer’s Disease
Prikhodko, Olga | Rynearson, Kevin D. | Sekhon, Travis | Mante, Mike M. | Nguyen, Phuong D. | Rissman, Robert A. | Tanzi, Rudolph E. | Wagner, Steven L.

Aluminum and Amyloid-β in Familial Alzheimer’s DiseaseOpen Access (View Press Release)
Mold, Matthew | Linhart, Caroline | Gómez-Ramírez, Johana | Villegas-Lanau, Andrés | Exley, Christopher

Quantitative Mass Spectrometric Assay of Whole and CNBr-Cleaved Amyloid-β Peptides in Human Brain
Furman, Ran | Ng, Sharon C.W. | Komatsu, Hiroaki | Axelsen, Paul H.

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Most Viewed JAD Article in 2020

The most viewed article published in JAD so far this year is the aluminum study by Christopher Exley and colleagues, which is published in the current issue JAD 73:4. To view the open access article, click the visual below, and to view the press release go here.

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Editor's Choice

Association between Hippocampal Shape, Neuroinflammation, and Cognitive Decline in Alzheimer’s Disease
Cabinio, Monia | Saresella, Marina | Piancone, Federica | LaRosa, Francesca | Marventano, Ivana | Guerini, Franca Rosa | Nemni, Raffaello | Baglio, Francesca | Clerici, Mario

New Insights into the Spontaneous Human Alzheimer’s Disease-Like Model Octodon degus: Unraveling Amyloid-β Peptide Aggregation and Age-Related Amyloid Pathology
Cisternas, Pedro | Zolezzi, Juan M. | Lindsay, Carolina | Rivera, Daniela S. | Martinez, Alexis | Bozinovic, Francisco | Inestrosa, Nibaldo C.

Evaluation of Ocular Perfusion in Alzheimer’s Disease Using Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography
Lahme, Larissa | Esser, Eliane Luisa | Mihailovic, Natasa | Schubert, Friederike | Lauermann, Jost | Johnen, Andreas | Eter, Nicole | Duning, Thomas | Alnawaiseh, Maged

The Positive Effects of Viewing Gardens for Persons with Dementia
Goto, Seiko | Shen, Xuting | Sun, Minkai | Hamano, Yutaka | Herrup, Karl

Curcumin Inhibits Tau Aggregation and Disintegrates Preformed Tau Filaments in vitro
Rane, Jitendra Subhash | Bhaumik, Prasenjit | Panda, Dulal

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In the News

Recent press releases relating to JAD content

Can Lithium Halt Progression of Alzheimer’s Disease?

A team of researchers at McGill University has shown that, when given in a formulation that facilitates passage to the brain, lithium in doses up to 400 times lower than what is currently being prescribed for mood disorders is capable of both halting signs of advanced Alzheimer's pathology such as amyloid plaques and of recovering lost cognitive abilities.

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View the full study: NP03, a Microdose Lithium Formulation, Blunts Early Amyloid Post-Plaque Neuropathology in McGill-R-Thy1-APP Alzheimer-Like Transgenic Rats

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Featured JAD CME Article

If you are based in the US or Canada and have a CME requirement, why not take advantage of the JAD CME open access articles focusing on Alzheimer's disease?

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