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Here is a selection of recent articles from Bentham Science that showcase some of the latest research on Alzheimer’s Disease that are free to read for a limited time.

We also highlight a selection of open access articles that are free to download and read.

Effect of Transcranial Pulse Stimulation for the Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease and its Related Symptoms

Neuropharmacological Study on Capsaicin in Scopolamine-injected Mice

Dietary Components and Nutritional Strategies for Dementia Prevention in the Elderly

Microarray-based Analysis of Differential Gene Expression Profile in Rotenone-induced Parkinson’s Disease Zebrafish Model


Is Vitamin D Supplementation a Danger to Potential Treatments of Alzheimer’s Disease Treatment?

Climate Change and Global Warming: Are Individuals with Dementia - Including Alzheimer’s Disease - At a Higher Risk?

Open Access Articles

Childhood Maltreatment and Dementia Risk Factors in Midlife: A Prospective Investigation

Clinical Benefits of Therapeutic Interventions Targeting Mitochondria in Parkinson’s Disease Patients

Rationale and Development of Tavapadon, a D1/D5-Selective Partial Dopamine Agonist for the Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease

Society Spotlight

Portuguese Society of Metabolic Disorders (SPDM)

Impact of Structural GLA Protein Changes on Peripheral GLA Activity and Substrate Accumulation in Fabry Disease Patients

Pilot Study on Newborn Screening for Spinal Muscular Atrophy

Glutaric Acidemia Type 1: Diagnosis, Clinical features, and Outcome in a Portuguese Cohort

Institutional Spotlight

GLA University

High Mobility Group Box 1 Protein: A Plausible Therapeutic Molecular Target in Parkinson’s Disease

Role of Alpha-7-Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor in Alzheimer's Disease

Nanjing Medical University

Modular Edge Analysis Reveals Chemotherapy-induced Brain Network Changes in Lung Cancer Patients

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