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Induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) derived from frontotemporal dementia patient''s peripheral blood mononuclear cells.Academic Article Why?
Complex regulation of tau exon 10, whose missplicing causes frontotemporal dementia.Academic Article Why?
Differential impairment of person-specific knowledge in a patient with semantic dementia.Academic Article Why?
Failing to get the gist: reduced false recognition of semantic associates in semantic dementia.Academic Article Why?
Frontotemporal dementia and mania.Academic Article Why?
One bird with two stones: Abnormal word length effects in pure alexia and semantic dementia.Academic Article Why?
Recollection-based memory in frontotemporal dementia: implications for theories of long-term memory.Academic Article Why?
Frontotemporal DementiaConcept Why?
Atrophy in distinct corticolimbic networks in frontotemporal dementia relates to social impairments measured using the Social Impairment Rating Scale.Academic Article Why?
Distinct Neurodegenerative Changes in an Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Model of Frontotemporal Dementia Linked to Mutant TAU Protein.Academic Article Why?
Invited review: Frontotemporal dementia caused by microtubule-associated protein tau gene (MAPT) mutations: a chameleon for neuropathology and neuroimaging.Academic Article Why?
Ikezu, TsuneyaPerson Why?
Conceptual priming in semantic dementia: A window into the cognitive and neural basis of conceptual implicit memory.Academic Article Why?
Tau exon 10, whose missplicing causes frontotemporal dementia, is regulated by an intricate interplay of cis elements and trans factors.Academic Article Why?
Tau-tubulin kinase 1 enhances prefibrillar tau aggregation and motor neuron degeneration in P301L FTDP-17 tau-mutant mice.Academic Article Why?
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