Tau pathology is linked with neurodegeneration in multiple tauopathies, and efforts are underway to vanquish this tangle-forming protein with anti-tau antibodies.
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Alzforum | April 20, 2017
MedPage Today | March 28, 2017
Neurofilament light levels correlated with mental deficits but short on specificity
The Washington Post | March 27, 2017
The NFL is in search of what Jeff Miller, the league's senior vice president of health and safety policy, described as a more “objective” test for traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Boston Vision | March 2017
An interview with Director of software engineering and informatics Tomasz Piech, who manages the development of software systems required to run our Simoa operations.
Undark | March 14, 2017
A new ecosystem of portable technologies has the potential to enhance our ability to treat and mitigate the effects of head trauma.
Scientific American | March 9, 2017
Physicians need more than the question: “How many fingers am I holding up?”
CNN | March 6, 2017
In rugby terms, concussions can result from a big tackle, a heavy fall to the ground, or simply -- as Hargreaves found -- an accidental blow to the head. The symptoms vary from case to case, something that the former Saracens captain readily acknowledges.
Labcompare | February 16, 2017
Digital measurement detects lower concentrations of proteins than conventional ELISA based on its sensitivity to enzyme labels and the low level of background signal that digitization affords.
USA Today | February 22, 2017
“There will be a lot of major developments when it comes to this research,” Kevin Hrusovsky
Helio | February 16, 2017
The blood neurofilament light chain protein can be used to distinguish Parkinson’s disease from atypical parkinsonism disorders such as multiple system atrophy, progressive supranuclear palsy and corticobasal degeneration, according to research recently published in Neurology.