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Volume 71, Issue 4 / 2019 Available Online

Research Use of Ecological Momentary Assessment for Adverse Event Monitoring Following Amyloid-β Results DisclosureOpen Access
Mattos, Meghan K. | Sereika, Susan M. | Beach, Scott R. | Kim, Hyejin | Klunk, William E. | Knox, Melissa | Nadkarni, Neelesh K. | et al.

From Return of Information to Return of Value: Ethical Considerations when Sharing Individual-Level Research Data
Nebeker, Camille | Leow, Alex D. | Moore, Raeanne C.

Research Data Disclosure in the Digital Age
Mattos, Meghan K. | Lingler, Jennifer H.

Is Combining an Anticholinergic with a Cholinesterase Inhibitor a Good Strategy for High-Level CNS Cholinesterase Inhibition?
Moss, Donald E.

Beta-Blockers for the Secondary Prevention of Myocardial Infarction in People with Dementia: A Systematic ReviewOpen Access
Lanham, David | Ali, Sana | Davis, Daniel | Rawle, Mark James

Intraneuronal Tau Misfolding Induced by Extracellular Amyloid-β Oligomers
Rudenko, Lauren K. | Wallrabe, Horst | Periasamy, Ammasi | Siller, Karsten H. | Svindrych, Zdenek | Seward, Matthew E. | Best, Merci N. | Bloom, George S.

Personality Traits are Related to Selective Cognitive Impairment in Early Alzheimer’s Disease
Rouch, Isabelle | Padovan, Catherine | Pongan, Elodie | Boublay, Nawéle | Laurent, Bernard | Dorey, Jean-Michel | Krolak-Salmon, Pierre

A Fragment of S38AA is a Novel Plasma Biomarker of Alzheimer’s Disease
Hashimoto, Masakazu | Yamazaki, Akira | Ohno, Atsushi | Kimura, Toru | Winblad, Bengt | Tjernberg, Lars O.

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Volume 71, Issue 3 / 2019 Available Online

Developing Effective Alzheimer’s Disease Therapies: Clinical Experience and Future DirectionsOpen Access
Elmaleh, David R. | Farlow, Martin R. | Conti, Peter S. | Tompkins, Ronald G. | Kundakovic, Ljiljana | Tanzi, Rudolph E.

Traffic-Related Air Pollution as a Risk Factor for Dementia: No Clear Modifying Effects of APOEɛ4 in the Betula Cohort
Oudin, Anna | Andersson, John | Sundström, Anna | Nordin Adolfsson, Annelie | Oudin Åström, Daniel | Adolfsson, Rolf | Forsberg, Bertil | Nordin, Maria

Ultrasensitive Detection of Plasma Amyloid-β as a Biomarker for Cognitively Normal Elderly Individuals at Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease
Chatterjee, Pratishtha | Elmi, Mitra | Goozee, Kathryn | Shah, Tejal | Sohrabi, Hamid R. | Dias, Cintia B. | Pedrini, Steve | Shen, Kaikai | Asih, Prita R. | Dave, Preeti | et al.

Self and Informant Memory Reports in FINGER: Associations with Two-Year Cognitive Change
Vaskivuo, Laura | Hokkanen, Laura | Hänninen, Tuomo | Antikainen, Riitta | Bäckman, Lars | Laatikainen, Tiina | Paajanen, Teemu | Stigsdotter-Neely, Anna | et al.

An Indoor Therapeutic Garden for Behavioral Symptoms in Alzheimer’s Disease: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Pedrinolla, Anna | Tamburin, Stefano | Brasioli, Anna | Sollima, Alessio | Fonte, Cristina | Muti, Ettore | Smania, Nicola | Schena, Federico | Venturelli, Massimo

Presence of a Synergistic Interaction Between Current Cigarette Smoking and Diabetes Mellitus on Development of Dementia in Older Adults
Noguchi-Shinohara, Moeko | Hirako, Kohei | Fujiu, Makoto | Sagae, Masahiko | Samuta, Hikaru | Nakamura, Hiroyuki | Yamada, Masahito

Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes Mellitus, and Hypertension in Lewy Body Disease: A Comparison with Other Dementia DisordersOpen Access
Javanshiri, Keivan | Haglund, Mattias | Englund, Elisabet

Quantification of Tau Protein Lysine Methylation in Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease
Huseby, Carol J. | Hoffman, Claire N. | Cooper, Grace L. | Cocuron, Jean-Christophe | Alonso, Ana P. | Thomas, Stefani N. | Yang, Austin J. | Kuret, Jeff

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Most Read JAD Articles in October 2019

Most read content via the IOS Press content website published in 2019 JAD issues.

A Clinical Trial of Transcranial Electromagnetic Treatment in Alzheimer’s Disease: Cognitive Enhancement and Associated Changes in Cerebrospinal Fluid, Blood, and Brain ImagingOpen Access (Research Article in Vol.71, Iss.1, 2019)
Arendash, Gary | Cao, Chuanhai | Abulaban, Haitham | Baranowski, Rob | Wisniewski, Gary | Becerra, Lino | Andel, Ross | Lin, Xiaoyang | Zhang, Xiaolin | Wittwer, David | et al.

Developing Effective Alzheimer’s Disease Therapies: Clinical Experience and Future DirectionsOpen Access (Review Article in Vol.71, Iss.3, 2019)
Elmaleh, David R. | Farlow, Martin R. | Conti, Peter S. | Tompkins, Ronald G. | Kundakovic, Ljiljana | Tanzi, Rudolph E.

Treatment Combinations for Alzheimer’s Disease: Current and Future Pharmacotherapy OptionsOpen Access (Review Article in Vol.67, Iss.3, 2019)
Cummings, Jeffrey L. | Tong, Gary | Ballard, Clive

Cognitive Improvement with Glutathione Supplement in Alzheimer’s Disease: A Way ForwardOpenly Available (Editorial in Vol.68, Iss.2, 2019)
Mandal, Pravat K. | Shukla, Deepika | Tripathi, Manjari | Ersland, Lars

Dual Bioorthogonal Labeling of the Amyloid-β Protein Precursor Facilitates Simultaneous Visualization of the Protein and Its Cleavage ProductsOpen Access (Research Article in pre-press, 2019)
van Husen, Lea S. | Schedin-Weiss, Sophia | Trung, Minh Nguyen | Kazmi, Manija A. | Winblad, Bengt | Sakmar, Thomas P. | Elsässer, Simon J. | Tjernberg, Lars O.

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In the News

Recent press releases relating to JAD content

Two of a Kind: Emory Study of Twins Shows What’s Good for the Heart is Good for the Brain

Emory University researchers are giving us double the reasons to pay attention to our cardiovascular health (CVH) – showing that good heart health can equal good brain health. By studying pairs of twin brothers from the Vietnam Era Twin (VET) registry, researchers were able to observe the relationship between CVH and cognitive performance across all participants that may be explained by genetics and/or exposures or behaviors that are shared by members of the same family.

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Full study: Association Between Cardiovascular Health and Cognitive Performance: A Twins Study


Study Identifies Brain Injury as a Cause of Dementia in Some Older Adults

A UCLA-led study finds that, with the use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans, it is possible to distinguish between memory loss caused by Alzheimer’s disease and traumatic brain injury. Researchers from UCLA, along with colleagues at Washington University in St. Louis, say the finding is important because it could help prevent a misdiagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease.

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Full study: MRI Volumetric Quantification in Persons with a History of Traumatic Brain Injury and Cognitive Impairment


Looking at the Way We Walk Can Help Predict Cognitive Decline

The way people walk is an indicator of how much their brains, as well as their bodies, are aging. Scientists reporting in the JAD special issue say that gait disorders, particularly slowing gait, should be considered a marker of future cognitive decline. They propose testing motor performance as well as cognitive performance in older adults with mild cognitive impairments.

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Special issue: Gait Disorders in Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias

All content in this special issue is openly available until Nov 15, 2019
& you can read more about the content in our special mailing here!

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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?

Homocysteine and Dementia: An International Consensus Statement

Smith DA, et al. (Editorial in JAD 62:2) | Links: Article, Quiz

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JAD Reports – An Open Access Journal

View Latest Content in Volume 3

If you are interested to view highlights of the content published in Volume 3 of Journal of Alzheimer's Disease Reports (JADR) during Q3 2019, read the recent mailing here. This is our online-only, fully open access journal for AD papers that gives equal weight to original research in basic science, translational research and clinical studies. We encourage direct submissions to Journal of Alzheimer's Disease Reports, taking advantage of the open access option and accelerated publication timeline (see instructions here).

JADR Vol.3 / 2019 View Q3 Content Highlights Here

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