| Rizwan Qaisar, M Azhar Hussain, Asima Karim, Firdos Ahmad, Fabio Franzese, Abeer A Al-Masri, Saad M Alsaad, Shaea Ayed Alkahtan. The quality of life in Alzheimer's disease is not associated with handgrip strength but with activities of daily living-a composite study from 28 European countries. BMC geriatrics. vol 23. issue 1. 2023-09-04. PMID:37667196.
||the purpose of this study was to investigate the potential association between hgs and quality of life in the settings of ageing and alzheimer's disease (ad).
| Yun-Jeong Ji, Hyung Don Kim, Eun Suk Lee, Gwi Yeong Jang, Hyun-A Seon. Heat Treatment Enhances the Neuroprotective Effects of Crude Ginseng Saponin by Increasing Minor Ginsenosides. International journal of molecular sciences. vol 24. issue 8. 2023-04-28. PMID:37108384.
||hgs has the potential for the prevention and treatment of neurodegenerative disorders, such as alzheimer's and parkinson's disease.
| Fan Bu, Ruiqian Guan, Wanyu Wang, Zhao Liu, Shijie Yin, Yonghou Zhao, Jianbo Cha. Bioinformatics and systems biology approaches to identify the effects of COVID-19 on neurodegenerative diseases: A review. Medicine. vol 101. issue 49. 2023-01-10. PMID:36626425.
||there were 14, 30 and 19 differentially expressed genes (degs) between covid-19 and alzheimer 's disease (ad), parkinson' s disease (pd) and multiple sclerosis (ms), respectively; enrichment analysis showed that mapk, il-17, pi3k-akt and other signaling pathways were significantly expressed; the hub genes (hgs) of degs between nd and covid-19 were crh, sst, tac1, slc32a1, gad2, gad1, vip and syp.
| Setor K Kunutsor, Nzechukwu M Isiozor, Ari Voutilainen, Jari A Laukkane. Handgrip strength and risk of cognitive outcomes: new prospective study and meta-analysis of 16 observational cohort studies. GeroScience. 2022-01-11. PMID:35013908.
||using a new prospective study and meta-analysis of published observational cohort studies, we aimed to evaluate the prospective associations of hgs with poor cognitive outcomes including cognitive impairment, dementia and alzheimer's disease (ad).