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Gladstone scientists identified treatments to block subtle epileptic activity and chronic brain inflammation in a mouse model of Alzheimer’s diseaseNews Release Research (Publication) Alzheimer’s Disease Neurological Disease Mucke Lab
Gladstone scientists help explain how reducing the protein tau can prevent abnormal brain activity associated with Alzheimer’s disease, autism, and epilepsyNews Release Research (Publication) Alzheimer’s Disease Epilepsy Neurological Disease Mucke Lab
Lennart Mucke is recognized for his pioneering discoveries in research on Alzheimer’s disease and related disordersAwards News Release Neurological Disease Mucke Lab
Researchers pinpoint an existing drug that reverses signs of Alzheimer’s disease in mice and may prevent the disease in humansNews Release Research (Publication) Alzheimer’s Disease Huang Lab
Gladstone researchers tracked mitochondria inside brain cells and uncovered a new recycling pathway that may be linked to diseaseNews Release Research (Publication) Parkinson’s Disease Neurological Disease Nakamura Lab
Gladstone researchers discover a fundamental mechanism that appears to speed the change of stem cells into other cell typesNews Release Research (Publication) Virology Weinberger Lab Stem Cells/iPSCs Chaturvedi