Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease via Gut-Brain Axis


SREP Top 100 author

  Our research article Ketogenic diet enhances neurovascular function with altered gut microbiome in young healthy mice is selected as one of the top 100 read papers for Scientific Reports in 2018. #SREPTop100

New articles

  • Functional recovery outcomes following acute stroke is associated with abundance of gut microbiota related to inflammation, butyrate and secondary bile acid. [Full article]
  • Inulin supplementation prior to mild traumatic brain injury mitigates gut dysbiosis, and brain vascular and white matter deficits in mice. [Full article]
  • Efficient training on Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis with learnable weighted pooling for 3D PET brain image classification. [Full article]

Featured articles

  • APOE Genotype-Dependent Pharmacogenetic Responses to Rapamycin for Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease. [Full article]

  • β-amyloid and tau drive early Alzheimer’s disease decline while glucose hypometabolism drives late decline (a machine learning study). [Full article]

  • Apolipoprotein E genotype-dependent nutrigenetic effects to prebiotic inulin for modulating systemic metabolism and neuroprotection in mice via gut-brain axis. [Full article]

  • Human gray and white matter metabolomics to differentiate APOE- and stage-dependent changes in Alzheimer’s disease. [Full article]

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