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Thyroid hormones action on 3xTg-AD (APPswe, PS1m146v, tauP301L) Alzheimer's Disease mice model

Abstract

The prevalence of brain disorders affecting cognition (such as stroke and dementia) increases steadily in a linear fashion as age increases. Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most frequent cause of dementia, increasing in prevalence from less than 1% below the age of 60 years to more than 40% above 85 years old. Worldwide, 35.6 million people have either Alzheimer's or dementia, according to the World Health Organization; it is expected to triple by 2050. The neuropathologic features of this disease are senile plaques and neurofibrillary tangles, which are present in memory structures and cerebral cortex. Several population-based studies have demonstrated an association between hypo-or hyperthyroidism and dementia in the last two decades. Patients with AD as well as other dementias had signs of mild brain hypothyroidism. This neurodegenerative disease represent a challenge for basic science and clinical medicine because of increasing prevalence, social cost, complex biochemistry and pathology, and lack of mechanism-based treatments. This study focuses on evaluation of possible mechanisms of thyroid hormones lack and administration in the management of neurological changes accompanied with AD on 3xTg-AD (APPswe, PS1m146v, tauP301L) Alzheimer's Disease mice and model and wild type animals. (AU)

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LAUREANO-MELO, ROBERTO; DOS-SANTOS, RAONI CONCEICAO; DA CONCEICAO, RODRIGO RODRIGUES; DE SOUZA, JANAINA SENA; ALMEIDA, CLAUDIO DA SILVA; REIS, LUIS CARLOS; MARINHO, BRUNO GUIMARAES; GIANNOCCO, GISELE; AHMED, RAGAB GABER; CORTES, WELLINGTON DA SILVA. Neonatal D-fenfluramine treatment promotes long-term behavioral changes in adult mice. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE, v. N/A, p. 13-pg., . (17/23169-1, 18/22763-0, 17/07053-3)
GIANNOCCO, GISELE; LETRO KIZYS, MARINA MALTA; MACIEL, RUI MONTEIRO; DE SOUZA, JANAINA SENA. Thyroid hormone, gene expression, and Central Nervous System: Where we are. SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, v. 114, n. SI, p. 47-56, . (17/23169-1, 17/07053-3, 18/22763-0)
MAGLIONE, ANDREA, V; DO NASCIMENTO, BRUNA P. P.; RIBEIRO, MIRIAM O.; DE SOUZA, TALYTHA J. L.; DA SILVA, RENATA E. C.; SATO, MONICA A.; PENATTI, CARLOS A. A.; BRITTO, LUIZ R. G.; DE SOUZA, JANAINA S.; MACIEL, RUI M. B.; et al. Triiodothyronine Treatment reverses Depression-Like Behavior in a triple-transgenic animal model of Alzheimer's Disease. METABOLIC BRAIN DISEASE, v. 37, n. 8, p. 16-pg., . (17/23169-1)
LAUREANO-MELO, ROBERTO; DOS-SANTOS, RAONI CONCEICAO; DA CONCEICAO, RODRIGO RODRIGUES; DE SOUZA, JANAINA SENA; LAU, RAPHAEL DA SILVA; SOUZA SILVA, SAMANTHA DA SILVA; MARINHO, BRUNO GUIMARAES; GIANNOCCO, GISELE; AHMED, R. G.; CORTES, WELLINGTON DA SILVA. Perinatal fluoxetine treatment promotes long-term behavioral changes in adult mice. METABOLIC BRAIN DISEASE, v. 35, n. 8, . (18/22763-0, 17/07053-3, 17/23169-1)
OLIVEIRA, KELEN CARNEIRO; LAUREANO-MELO, ROBERTO; DA CONCEICAO, RODRIGO RODRIGUES; DE SOUZA, JANAINA SENA; DA SILVA CORTES, WELLINGTON; SATO, MONICA AKEMI; CHIAMOLERA, MARIA IZABEL; MACIEL, RUI MONTEIRO; GIANNOCCO, GISELE. Thyroxine replacement modifies changes in deiodinase and thyroid hormone transporter expression induced by subclinical hypothyroidism in rats. HORMONES-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM, v. 20, n. 1, p. 10-pg., . (17/23169-1, 18/22763-0, 17/07053-3)
GIANNOCCO, GISELE; LETRO KIZYS, MARINA MALTA; MACIEL, RUI MONTEIRO; DE SOUZA, JANAINA SENA. Thyroid hormone, gene expression, and Central Nervous System: Where we are. SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, v. 114, p. 10-pg., . (17/23169-1, 18/22763-0, 17/07053-3)

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