Proceedings of the Symposium on Alzheimer's Disease and Related Conditions, held Nov. 11-13, 1969.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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Alois Alzheimer and his disease / W.H. McMenemey -- The concept of Alzheimer's disease and its clinical implications / Patrick Sourander and Hakon Sjögren -- The limbic areas in Alzheimer's disease and in other conditions associated with dementia / J.A.N. Corsellis -- Circumscribed cerebral atrophy in Alzheimer's disease : a pathological study / I. Tariska -- Muscular twitchings in Alzheimer's disease / H. Jacob -- Cerebral amyloid angiopathy and Alzheimer's disease / Ludo van Bogaert -- Atypical Alzheimer's disease with congophilic angiopathy presenting with dementia of acute onset / D. Hollander and S.J. Strich -- The genetics of Alzheimer's disease / R.T.C. Pratt -- The ultrastructure of the neurofibrillary tangle and the senile plaque / Robert D. Terry and Henryk Wiśniewski -- The pathology of the synapse in Alzheimer's disease / Nicholas K. Gonatas and Pierluigi Gambetti -- Neurofibrillary changes in conditions related to Alzheimer's disease / Asao Hirano -- Determination of neurofilament and microtubule density in nerve fibres (what factors control axon calibre?) / R.L. Friede -- An experimental approach to the morphogenesis of neurofibrillary degeneration and the argyrophilic plaque / Henryk Wiśniewski and Robert D. Terry -- Biochemistry of neurofilaments and neurotubules / Michael L. Shelanski and Edwin W. Taylor -- Metabolism of microtubular protein in mouse brain / Samuel H. Barondes and Howard Feit
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