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Alzheimer's Disease 2000-2003

Topic: ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE
Coverage: 2000-2003
Search strategy: Keyword: Alzheimer's disease and date limit: 2000--2003

         1.
         Bouras C; Riederer BM; Hof PR; Giannakopoulos P
         Induction of MC-1 immunoreactivity in axons after injection of the 
Fc fragment of human immunoglobulins in
         macaque monkeys.
         ACTA NEUROPATHOLOGICA. 2003. 105(1), Pgs: 58-64

         2.
         Buccafusco JJ; Jackson WJ; Stone JD; Terry AV Jr
         Sex dimorphisms in the cognitive-enhancing action of the 
Alzheimer's drug donepezil in aged rhesus
         monkeys.
         NEUROPHARMACOLOGY. 2003. 44(3), Pgs: 381-389

         3.
         Olson MV; Varki A
         Sequencing the chimpanzee genome: Insights into human evolution 
and disease.
         NATURE REVIEWS GENETICS. 2003. 4(1), Pgs: 20-28

         4.
         Sani S; Traul D; Klink A; Niaraki N; Gonzalo-Ruiz A; Wu CK; Geula C
         Distribution, progression and chemical composition of cortical 
amyloid-beta deposits in aged rhesus
         monkeys: Similarities to the human.
         ACTA NEUROPATHOLOGICA. 2003. 105(2), Pgs: 145-156

         5.
         Bading JR; Yamada S; Mackic JB; Kirkman L; Miller C; Calero M; 
Ghiso J; Frangione B; Zlokovic BV
         Brain clearance of Alzheimer's amyloid-beta 40 in the squirrel 
monkey: A SPECT study in a primate model
         of cerebral amyloid angiopathy.
         JOURNAL OF DRUG TARGETING. 2002. 10(4), Pgs: 359-368

         6.
         Blaizot AX; Meguro K; Millien I; Baron JC; Chavoix C
         Correlations between visual recognition memory and neocortical and 
hippocampal glucose metabolism after
         bilateral rhinal cortex lesions in the baboon: Implications for 
Alzheimer's disease.
         JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE. 2002. 22(21), Pgs: 9166-9170

         7.
         Chavoix C; Blaizot X; Meguro K; Landeau B; Baron JC
         Excitotoxic lesions of the rhinal cortex in the baboon 
differentially affect visual recognition memory, habit
         memory and spatial executive functions.
         EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE . 2002. 15(7), Pgs: 1225-1236

         8.
         Davies RR; Xuereb JH; Hodges JR
         The human perirhinal cortex in semantic memory: An in vivo and 
postmortem volumetric magnetic resonance
         imaging study in semantic dementia, Alzheimer's disease and 
matched controls. [Abstract]
         NEUROPATHOLOGY AND APPLIED NEUROBIOLOGY. 2002. 28(2), Pgs: 167-168

         9.
         Dudkin KN; Chueva IV; Makarov FN; Beach TG; Roher A
         [Impaired processes of working memory in the monkey model of 
Alzheimer's disease.]
         DOKLADY AKADEMII NAUK, SERIYA BIOLOGIYA. 2002. 383(4), Pgs: 562-564

         10.
         Dudkin K; Chueva I; Makarov F; Beach T; Roher A
         Visual working memory processes on a model of Alzheimer's disease 
in monkeys. [Abstract]
         CARING FOR PRIMATES. ABSTRACTS OF THE XIXTH CONGRESS. THE 
INTERNATIONAL
         PRIMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Beijing: Mammalogical Society of China. 
2002, Pgs: 236-237

         11.
         Easton A; Ridley RM; Baker HF; Gaffan D
         Unilateral lesions of the cholinergic Basal forebrain and fornix 
in one hemisphere and inferior temporal
         cortex in the opposite hemisphere produce severe learning 
impairments in rhesus monkeys.
         CEREBRAL CORTEX. 2002. 12(7), Pgs: 729-736

         12.
         Erwin JM; Hof PR; Ely JJ; Perl DP
         One gerontology: Advancing understanding of aging through studies 
of great apes and other primates.
         AGING IN NONHUMAN PRIMATES. Erwin JM, Hof PR, Editors. Basel: 
Karger. 2002, Pgs: 1-21

         13.
         Finch CE
         Evolution and the plasticity of aging in the reproductive 
schedules in long-lived animals: The importance of
         genetic variation in neuroendocrine mechanisms.
         HORMONES, BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR. VOL. 4. Pfaff DW, Arnold AP, Etgen 
AM, Fahrbach SE,
         Rubin RT, Editors. San Diego: Academic Press. 2002, Pgs: 799-820

         14.
         Geula C; Nagykery N; Wu CK
         Amyloid-beta deposits in the cerebral cortex of the aged common 
marmoset (Callithrix jacchus): Incidence
         and chemical composition.
         ACTA NEUROPATHOLOGICA. 2002. 103(1), Pgs: 48-58

         15.
         Haertig W; Bauer A; Brauer K; Grosche J; Hortobagyi T; Penke B; 
Schliebs R; Harkany T
         Functional recovery of cholinergic basal forebrain neurons under 
disease conditions: Old problems, new
         solutions?
         REVIEWS IN THE NEUROSCIENCES. 2002. 13(2), Pgs: 95-165

         16.
         Hof PR; Gilissen EP; Sherwood CC; Duan HL; Lee PWH; Delman BN; 
Naidich TP; Gannon PJ; Perl DP;
         Erwin JM
         Comparative neuropathology of brain aging in primates.
         AGING IN NONHUMAN PRIMATES. Erwin JM, Hof PR, Editors. Basel: 
Karger. 2002, Pgs: 130-154

         17.
         Hu QB; Cool BH; Wang BP; Hearn MG; Martin GM
         A candidate molecular mechanism for the association of an intronic 
polymorphism of FE65 with resistance
         to very late onset dementia of the Alzheimer type.
         HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS. 2002. 11(4), Pgs: 465-475

         18.
         Kimura N; Nakamura S; Yoshikawa Y
         Age-related change in the localization of Presenilins in 
cynomolgus monkey brains. [Abstract]
         ANTHROPOLOGICAL SCIENCE. 2002. 110(1), Pgs: 85

         19.
         Kimura N; Nakamura S; Ishii Y; Kyuwa S; Yoshikawa Y
         [The immunohistochemical and biochemical study of 
Alzheimer-associated proteins in cynomolgus monkey
         brains.] [Abstract]
         REICHORUI KENKYU/ PRIMATE RESEARCH. 2002. 18(3), Pgs: 393

         20.
         Mackic JB; Bading J; Ghiso J; Walker L; Wisniewski T; Frangione B; 
Zlokovic BV
         Circulating amyloid-beta peptide crosses the blood-brain barrier 
in aged monkeys and contributes to
         Alzheimer's disease lesions.
         VASCULAR PHARMACOLOGY. 2002. 38(6), Pgs: 303-313

         21.
         Millien I; Blaizot X; Giffard C; Mezenge F; Insausti R; Baron JC; 
Chavoix C
         Brain glucose hypometabolism after perirhinal lesions in baboons: 
Implications for Alzheimer disease and
         aging.
         JOURNAL OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW AND METABOLISM. 2002. 22(10), Pgs: 
1248-1261

         22.
         Morrison JH; Hof PR
         Selective vulnerability of corticocortical and hippocampal 
circuits in aging and Alzheimer's disease.
         PROGRESS IN BRAIN RESEARCH. 2002. 136, Pgs: 467-486

         23.
         Page TL; Einstein M; Duan HL; He Y; Flores T; Rolshud D; Erwin JM; 
Wearne SL; Morrison JH; Hof PR
         Morphological alterations in neurons forming corticocortical 
projections in the neocortex of aged Patas
         monkeys.
         NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS. 2002. 317(1), Pgs: 37-41

         24.
         Rissman RA
         The GABA(A) receptor in aging and Alzheimer's disease.
         DISSERTATION ABSTRACTS INTERNATIONAL. 2002. B63(2), Pgs: 686

         25.
         Roberts JA
         The aged rhesus macaque in neuroscience research: Importance of 
the nonhuman primate model.
         AGING IN NONHUMAN PRIMATES. Erwin JM, Hof PR, Editors. Basel: 
Karger. 2002, Pgs: 155-177

         26.
         Taffe MA; Weed MR; Gutierrez T; Davis SA; Gold LH
         Differential muscarinic and NMDA contributions to visuo-spatial 
paired-associate learning in rhesus
         monkeys.
         PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY. 2002. 160(3), Pgs: 253-262

         27.
         Terry AV Jr; Risbrough VB; Buccafusco JJ; Menzaghi F
         Effects of (+/-)-4-{[2-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)ethyl]thio}phenol 
hydrochloride (SIB-1553A), a selective
         ligand for nicotinic acetylcholine receptors, in tests of visual 
attention and distractibility in rats and monkeys.
         JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS. 2002. 
301(1), Pgs:
         284-292

         28.
         Terry AV Jr; Buccafusco JJ; Borsini F; Leusch A
         Memory-related task performance by aged rhesus monkeys 
administered the muscarinic M1-preferring
         agonist, talsaclidine.
         PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY. 2002. 162(3), Pgs: 292-300

         29.
         Wong DF Jr; Maini A; Alexander M; Zhou Y; Brasic J; Scheffel U; 
Fan H; Hilton J; Dannals R; Musachio
         J
         Imaging nicotinic receptors in the development of allosteric 
potentiating ligands for cognitive enhancement in
         Alzheimer's dementia. [Abstract]
         JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MEDICINE. 2002. 43(5 suppl), Pgs: 109P-110P

         30.
         Anonymous
         Monkey brain business.
         AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACY. 2001. 82(972), Pgs: 230

         31.
         Anonymous
         A healthy mind: Why are great apes resistant to the ravages of 
dementia?
         NEW SCIENTIST. 2001. 169(2275), Pgs: 18

         32.
         Barksdale CM; Durham RA; Conlon KP; Emmerling MR; Sacco-Gibson NA; 
Shelton SE; Kalin NH
         Characterization of cerebrospinal fluid Abeta(1-40) and 
Abeta(1-42) collected from adult male rhesus
         monkeys. [Abstract]
         SOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE ABSTRACTS. 2001. 27(Pt 1), Pgs: 250

         33.
         Blurton-Jones M; Tuszynski MH
         Reactive astrocytes express estrogen receptors in the injured 
primate brain.
         JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY. 2001. 433(1), Pgs: 115-123

         34.
         Bontempi B; Whelan KT; Risbrough VB; Rao TS; Buccafusco JJ; Lloyd 
GK; Menzaghi F
         SIB-1553A, (+/-)-4-{[2-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)ethyl]thio}phenol 
hydrochloride, a subtype-selective
         ligand for nicotinic acetylcholine receptors with putative 
cognitive-enhancing properties: Effects on working
         and reference memory performances in aged rodents and nonhuman 
primates.
         JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS. 2001. 
299(1), Pgs:
         297-306

         35.
         Carey GJ; Billard W; Binch H III; Cohen-Williams M; Crosby G; 
Grzelak M; Guzik H; Kozlowski JA;
         Lowe DB; Pond AJ; Tedesco RP; Watkins RW; Coffin VL
         SCH 57790, a selective muscarinic M-2 receptor antagonist, 
releases acetylcholine and produces cognitive
         enhancement in laboratory animals.
         EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY. 2001. 431(2), Pgs: 189-200

         36.
         Cheng CM; Cohen M; Wang J; Bondy CA
         Estrogen augments glucose transporter and IGF1 expression in 
primate cerebral cortex.
         FASEB JOURNAL. 2001. 15(6), Pgs: 907-915

         37.
         Counts SE; Perez SE; Kahl U; Bartfai T; Bowser RP; Deecher DC; 
Mash DC; Crawley JN; Mufson EJ
         Galanin: Neurobiologic mechanisms and therapeutic potential for 
Alzheimer's disease.
         CNS DRUG REVIEWS. 2001. 7(4), Pgs: 445-470

         38.
         Dombrowski SM; Hilgetag CC; Barbas H
         Quantitative architecture distinguishes prefrontal cortical 
systems in the rhesus monkey.
         CEREBRAL CORTEX. 2001. 11(10), Pgs: 975-988

         39.
         Einat H; Belmaker RH
         The effects of inositol treatment in animal models of psychiatric 
disorders.
         JOURNAL OF AFFECTIVE DISORDERS. 2001. 62(1-2), Pgs: 113-121

         40.
         Erwin JM; Bloomsmith M; Boysen ST; Perl D; Zihlman A; Maple TL; Hof PR
         The Great Ape Aging Project: Caring for and learning from apes.
         THE APES: CHALLENGES FOR 21ST CENTURY. CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS. 
Brookfield:
         Brookfield Zoo. 2001, Pgs: 344-346

         41.
         Erwin JM; Bloomsmith M; Boysen ST; Hof PR; Holloway R; Lowenstine 
L; McManamon R; Perl DP;
         Young W; Zihlman A
         The Great Ape Aging Project: A resource for comparative study of 
behavior, cognition, health, and
         neurobiology.
         ALL APES GREAT AND SMALL. VOLUME 1: AFRICAN APES. Galdikas BMF, 
Briggs NE,
         Sheeran LK, Shapiro GL, Goodall J, Editors. New York: Kluwer 
Acad/Plenum. 2001, Pgs: 195-200

         42.
         Erwin J
         Ageing apes. [Book review]
         NEW SCIENTIST. 2001. 169(2282), Pgs: 61

         43.
         Erwin J; Hof P; Ely J; Perl D; Smith K
         An obligation and an opportunity: Caring for and learning from the 
oldest apes. [Abstract]
         AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2001. 54(Suppl 1), Pgs: 61

         44.
         Hayashi M; Mistunaga F; Ohira K; Shimizu K
         Changes in BDNF-immunoreactive structures in the hippocampal 
formation of the aged macaque monkey.
         BRAIN RESEARCH. 2001. 918(1-2), Pgs: 191-196

         45.
         Hof PR; Duan HL
         Age-related morphologic alterations in the brain of Old World and 
New World anthropoid monkeys.
         FUNCTIONAL NEUROBIOLOGY OF AGING. Hof PR, Mobbs CV, Editors. San 
Diego: Academic
         Press. 2001, Pgs: 435-445

         46.
         Kimura N; Nakamura S; Goto N; Narushima E; Hara I; Shichiri S; 
Saitou K; Nose M; Hayashi T;
         Kawamura S; Yoshikawa Y
         Senile plaques in an aged Western lowland gorilla.
         EXPERIMENTAL ANIMALS. 2001. 50(1), Pgs: 77-81

         47.
         Kim H; Xia HL; Li L; Gewin J
         Actions of dietary soy vs. Premarin in mammalian brain. [Abstract]
         ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS, AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 2001. 221(1-2), 
Pgs: AGFD 79

         48.
         Kim H; Xu J; Su Y; Xia H; Li L; Peterson G; Murphy-Ullrich J; Barnes S
         Actions of the soy phytoestrogen genistein in models of human 
chronic disease: Potential involvement of
         transforming growth factor beta.
         BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY TRANSACTIONS. 2001. 29(2), Pgs: 216-222

         49.
         Kumar VB; Vyas K; Franko M; Choudhary V; Buddhiraju C; Alvarez J; 
Morley JE
         Molecular cloning, expression, and regulation of hippocampal 
amyloid precursor protein of senescence
         accelerated mouse (SAMP8).
         BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY. 2001. 79(1), Pgs: 57-67

         50.
         Lachowicz JE; Carey GC; Ruperto V; Billard W; Binch H; Crosby G; 
Cohen-Williams M; Duffy R; Clader
         J; Liu C; Hesk D; Hendershot S; Koharski D; McNamara P; Coffin VL
         SCH 211803: A highly selective M2 muscarinic antagonist and a 
novel approach to treating Alzheimer's
         disease. [Abstract]
         SOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE ABSTRACTS. 2001. 27(Pt 2), Pgs: 1787

         51.
         Laino C
         "Designer" gene may be effective against AD.
         AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE AND OTHER DEMENTIAS. 2001. 
16(1),
         Pgs: 6-7

         52.
         Lee DR
         Amyloidosis in nonhuman primates and its impact on research. 
[Abstract]
         AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2001. 54(Suppl 1), Pgs: 109-110

         53.
         Martin-Rendon E; Azzouz M; Mazarakis ND
         Lentiviral vectors for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases.
         CURRENT OPINION IN MOLECULAR THERAPEUTICS. 2001. 3(5), Pgs: 476-481

         54.
         Mathis CA; Holt DP; Wang Y; Huang GF; Debnath ML; Klunk WE
         A lipophilic 11C-labeled derivative of thioflavin-T for amyloid 
assessments in Alzheimer's disease.
         [Abstract]
         JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MEDICINE. 2001. 42(5 suppl), Pgs: 113P

         55.
         Ma Q; Schultz CL; Hoppensteadt DA; Cornelli U; Lee J; Lorens S; 
Mervis R; Hanin I; Fareed J
         Pharmacokinetics of heparin-derived oligosaccharide C3 in a 
non-human primate model. [Abstract]
         BLOOD. 2001. 98(11 pt 2), Pgs: 94b

         56.
         Mufson EJ; Kordower JH
         Cholinergic basal forebrain systems in the primate central nervous 
system: Anatomy, connectivity,
         neurochemistry, aging, dementia, and experimental therapeutics.
         FUNCTIONAL NEUROBIOLOGY OF AGING. Hof PR, Mobbs CV, Editors. San 
Diego: Academic
         Press. 2001, Pgs: 243-281

         57.
         Nakayama H; Kiatipattanasakul W; Nakamura S; Miyawaki K; Kikuta F; 
Uchida K; Kuroki K; Makifuchi
         T; Yoshikawa Y; Doi K
         Fractal analysis of senile plaque observed in various animal species.
         NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS. 2001. 297(3), Pgs: 195-198

         58.
         Perl DP; Hof PR; Nimchinsky EA; Erwin JM
         Studies of age-related neuronal pathology in great apes.
         ALL APES GREAT AND SMALL. VOLUME 1: AFRICAN APES. Galdikas BMF, 
Briggs NE,
         Sheeran LK, Shapiro GL, Goodall J, Editors. New York: Kluwer 
Acad/Plenum. 2001, Pgs: 207-215

         59.
         Perl D; Hof P; Nimchinsky E; Gannon P; Erwin J
         Neurobiology of aging in great apes and humans. [Abstract]
         THE APES: CHALLENGES FOR 21ST CENTURY. CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS. 
Brookfield:
         Brookfield Zoo. 2001, Pgs: 376

         60.
         Ramirez MJ; Ridley RM; Baker HF; Maclean CJ; Honer WG; Francis PT
         Chronic elevation of amyloid precursor protein in the neocortex or 
hippocampus of marmosets with
         selective cholinergic lesions.
         JOURNAL OF NEURAL TRANSMISSION. 2001. 108(7), Pgs: 809-826

         61.
         Raskind MA; Szot P; Leverenz JB; Peskind ER; Wilkinson CW
         Anterior pituitary POMC and CRF receptor type 1 mRNA expression in 
Alzheimer's are consistent with
         chronic hypercortisolemia. [Abstract]
         SOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE ABSTRACTS. 2001. 27(Pt 2), Pgs: 2566

         62.
         Rauchs G; Giffard C; Blaizot X; Millien I; Baron JC; Chavoix C
         PET activation studies in a baboon with excitotoxic perirhinal 
cortex (PRC) lesions performing a recognition
         memory task: Implications for Alzheimer's disease (AD). [Abstract]
         SOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE ABSTRACTS. 2001. 27(Pt 1), Pgs: 1451

         63.
         Rauchs G; Giffard C; Millien I; Landeau B; Brocquehaye A; Baron 
JC; Chavoix C
         Visual recognition memory network using a PET activation paradigm 
in the baboon before and after bilateral
         neurotoxic lesion of the perirhinal cortex: Implications for 
Alzheimer's disease. [Abstract]
         NEUROIMAGE. 2001. 13(6 pt 2 suppl), Pgs: S730

         64.
         Schultz C; Hubbard GB; Del Tredici K; Braak E; Braak H
         Tau pathology in neurons and glial cells of aged baboons.
         ADVANCES IN EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE AND BIOLOGY. 2001. 147, Pgs: 59-69

         65.
         Sibal LR; Samson KJ
         Nonhuman primates: A critical role in current disease research.
         ILAR JOURNAL. 2001. 42(2), Pgs: 74-84

         66.
         Barbas H
         Complementary roles of prefrontal cortical regions in cognition, 
memory, and emotion in primates.
         ADVANCES IN NEUROLOGY. 2000. 84, Pgs: 87-110

         67.
         Barbas H
         Connections underlying the synthesis of cognition, memory, and 
emotion in primate prefrontal cortices.
         BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN. 2000. 52(5), Pgs: 319-330

         68.
         Barksdale CM; Durham RA; Emmerling MR; Sacco-Gibson N; Shelton SE; 
Kalin NH
         Daily rhythm in cerebrospinal fluid Abeta(1-40) and Abeta(1-42) 
collected from adult male rhesus
         monkeys. [Abstract]
         SOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE ABSTRACTS. 2000. 26(Pt 1), Pgs: 1060

         69.
         Bartolomeo AC; Morris H; Buccafusco JJ; Kille N; Rosenzweig-Lipson 
S; Husbands MG; Sabb AL;
         Abou-Gharbia M; Moyer JA; Boast CA
         The preclinical pharmacological profile of WAY-132983, a potent M1 
preferring agonist.
         JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS. 2000. 
292(2), Pgs:
         584-596

         70.
         Bartus RT
         The cholinergic hypothesis a generation later: Perspectives gained 
on the use and integration of animal
         models.
         CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM DISEASES: INNOVATIVE ANIMAL MODELS FROM LAB TO
         CLINIC. Emerich DF, Dean RL III, Sanberg PR, Editors. Totowa: 
Humana Press. 2000, Pgs: 3-45

         71.
         Belluardo N; Mudo G; Blum M; Amato G; Fuxe K
         Neurotrophic effects of central nicotinic receptor activation.
         JOURNAL OF NEURAL TRANSMISSION. 2000. (Suppl 60), Pgs: 227-245

         72.
         Berris L
         Growth factors restore age-damaged brain cells.
         NCRR [NAT CTR RES RESOUR] REPORTER. 2000. 24(1), Pgs: 10-11

         73.
         Bons N; Mestre-Frances N; Petter A
         [The brain of Microcebus murinus: An experimental tool for the 
study of human cerebral aging.]
         PRIMATOLOGIE. 2000. 3, Pgs: 3-43

         74.
         Braak H; Del Tredici K; Schultz C; Braak E
         Vulnerability of select neuronal types to Alzheimer's disease.
         ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES. 2000. 924(12), Pgs: 53-61

         75.
         Buccafusco JJ; Terry AVJr
         Multiple central nervous system targets for eliciting beneficial 
effects on memory and cognition.
         JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS. 2000. 
295(2), Pgs:
         438-446

         76.
         Dhenain M; Michot JL; Privat N; Picq JL; Boller F; Duyckaerts C; 
Volk A
         MRI description of cerebral atrophy in mouse lemur primates.
         NEUROBIOLOGY OF AGING. 2000. 21(1), Pgs: 81-88

         77.
         Ely JJ; Erwin JM; Navidi A; Hof PR
         DNA sequence variation in Alzheimer genes among chimpanzees. 
[Abstract]
         SOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE ABSTRACTS. 2000. 26(Pt 1), Pgs: 231

         78.
         Figueroa DJ; Hess JF; Ky B; Brown SD; Sandig V; 
Hermanowski-Vosatka A; Twells RCJ; Todd JA;
         Austin CP
         Expression of the type I diabetes-associated gene LRP5 in 
macrophages, vitamin A system cells, and the
         islets of Langerhans suggests multiple potential roles in diabetes.
         JOURNAL OF HISTOCHEMISTRY AND CYTOCHEMISTRY. 2000. 48(10), Pgs: 
1357-1368

         79.
         Fisher A
         M1 muscarinic agonists: Their potential in treatment and as 
disease-modifying agents in Alzheimer's disease.
         DRUG DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH. 2000. 50(3-4), Pgs: 291-297

         80.
         Fisher A
         Therapeutic strategies in Alzheimer's disease: M1 muscarinic agonists.
         JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY. 2000. 84(2), Pgs: 101-112

         81.
         Garg RC
         Primate toxicology: Its role in human pharmaceutical development.
         TOWARDS NEW HORIZONS IN PRIMATE TOXICOLOGY: PERSPECTIVES FOR THE NEW
         MILLENNIUM. Korte R, Weinbauer GF, Editors. Muenster, Germany: 
Waxmann Verlag. 2000, Pgs:
         223-232

         82.
         Haertig W; Klein C; Brauer K; Schueppel KF; Arendt T; Brueckner G; 
Bigl V
         Abnormally phosphorylated protein tau in the cortex of aged 
individuals of various mammalian orders.
         ACTA NEUROPATHOLOGICA. 2000. 100(3), Pgs: 305-312

         83.
         Harder JA; Ridley RM
         The 5-HT1A antagonist, WAY 100 635, alleviates cognitive 
impairments induced by dizocilpine (MK-801)
         in monkeys.
         NEUROPHARMACOLOGY. 2000. 39(4), Pgs: 547-552

         84.
         Harder J
         Marmoset learning and memory: Can marmosets 'model' aspects of 
Alzheimer's disease? [Abstract]
         THE COMMON MARMOSET MONKEY IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH: A MODEL FOR
         HUMAN HEALTH AND DISEASE. ABSTRACTS OF THE SYMPOSIUM, 6 DECEMBER 2000,
         GERMAN PRIMATE CENTER. Goettingen: German Primate Center. 2000, 
Pgs: 5-6

         85.
         Iwata N; Kozuka M; Hara T; Kaneko T; Tonohiro T; Sugimoto M; 
Niitsu Y; Kondo Y; Yamamoto T;
         Sakai J; Nagano M
         Activation of cerebral function by CS-932, a functionally 
selective M1 partial agonist: Neurochemical
         characterization and pharmacological studies.
         JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY. 2000. 84(3), Pgs: 266-280

         86.
         Jackson WJ; Stone JD; Terry AV JR; Buccafusco JJ
         Differential improvement in memory-related task performance to 
aracept by aged male and female rhesus
         monkeys. [Abstract]
         SOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE ABSTRACTS. 2000. 26(Pt 2), Pgs: 2015

         87.
         Kem WR
         The brain alpha7 nicotinic receptor may be an important 
therapeutic target for the treatment of Alzheimer's
         disease: Studies with DMXBA (GTS-21).
         BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH. 2000. 113(1-2), Pgs: 169-181

         88.
         Kimura N; Nakamura S; Narushima E; Hara I; Shichiri S; Saito K; 
Nose M; Hayashi T; Goto N;
         Yoshikawa Y
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