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Can we accurately diagnose different clinical variants of Progressive Supranuclear Palsy using IPMDS-PSP criteria?
Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) is the second most common degenerative parkinsonian syndrome after idiopathic Parkinson’s disease. PSP is a clinically heterogeneous disorder with several clinical variants. The two most common clinical variants are the Richardson (PSP-RS) and
The phenotype of an organism is the aggregate of its physical traits. It is the net result of the merging of parental gene pools, and in Darwinian evolutionary terms its ‘fitness’ is considered a measure of evolutionary
Neutrophils are protective immune cells that swarm sites of infection to target and kill invading bacteria. The importance of neutrophils in the maintenance of human health is highlighted by multiple severe and life threatening diseases caused by
Scientists agree that the current biological diversity on earth is the result of evolution: present life forms evolved from their ancestors by progressive modifications. The shape and behavior of an animal or a plant – what scientists
A Tat ménage a trois – when it comes to Tat secretion two Tat’s are essential, but the third one makes it that much better
The membrane is the cellular barrier that keeps the inside of a cell separate from the outside, but in order to survive molecules and proteins do need to cross this barrier. Water and small molecules can do