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Essential role of hippocampal noradrenaline in the regulation of spatial working memory and TDP‐43 tissue pathology

Pintus R, Riggi M, Cannarozzo C, Valeri A, de Leo G, Romano M, Gulino R, Leanza G (2018) Essential role of hippocampal noradrenaline in the regulation of spatial working memory and TDP‐43 tissue pathology. J Comp Neurol 526:1131-1147. doi: 10.1002/cne.24397

Objective: To determine the noradrenergic contribution to cognitive and histopathological changes in Alzheimer’s Disease.

Summary: Integrity of ascending noradrenergic inputs to the hippocampus may be required for the regulation of specific aspects of learning and memory and to prevent TDP-43 tissue pathology.

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