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Female viagra and antidepressants

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    Microscopically, neuronal loss, astrocytosis, microvacuolation, and swollen neurons are found in affected areas, together with a spectrum of tau pathology, including intraneuronal neurofibrillary tangle-like inclusions, female viagra and antidepressants neuronal globose tangle-like inclusions, intraneuronal Pick body–like inclusions, astrocytic tangle-like inclusions, and oligodendroglial inclusions resembling coiled bodies and dystrophic neurites (Figure 21.8). Neuropathology These familial cases typically have atrophy of the frontal and temporal lobes (Figure 25.12). Tau function may also be altered by tau mutations by altering its phosphorylation state, and several mutations decrease the binding affinity of tau for phosphatase 5A, a phosphatase implicated in the regulation of the MT-binding activity of tau (Goedert et al., 1997). Miyasaka et al., 1998).

    In a subset of cases with tau mutations, there may be sufficient NFTs and βamyloid plaques to fulfill the neuropathological criteria for AD, but these cases, in addition to the tau mutation, may also have an apolipoprotein E ε3 allele.