Drs. Koudinov SFN '2003 Meeting Central
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APP and amyloid beta protein are
integrated sensor-effector system for
neural cholesterol and membrane
dynamics regulation.
Program #: 23.8. Poster Board #: XX-15 (Hall F-I) 
Saturday-Wednesday, Nov. 8-12, 2003 daily 8:00am-17:00pm (1:00pm-17:00pm on Nov.8)
[ Abstract at ScholarOne ]
Alzheimer's amyloid beta 
plaques, oligomers and 
lipoprotein apo Abeta: 
a case of mistaken identity?
Program #: 407.14. 
Poster Board #: Y11  (Hall F-I)
Monday, Nov. 10, 2003 8:00am-12:00pm
[ Abstract at ScholarOne ]

Click to go to Koudinov & Koudinova article 'Amyloid beta protein restores hippocampal long term potentiation: a central role for cholesterol?Click to go to Koudinov & Koudinova FASEB J June 27, 2001 article entitled 'Essential role for cholesterol in synaptic plasticity and neuronal degeneration'Natalia Koudinova Science magazine Prize essay 1997

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Dietary cholesterol impairs 
behavior of lab rats with naive genotype: evidence for the sufficiency of the environmental brain cholesterol modulation to cause sporadic Alzheimer's phenotype
Program #: 730.8. Poster Board #: R6 (Hall F-I)
Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2003 
[ Abstract at ScholarOne ]
Research on 
Alzheimer's disease 
and amyloid beta protein: 
a science for sale story?
Abstract ID #: 8063. 
This abstract was witdrawn by Program Committee. Upon A.Koudinov request to reverse the withdrawal SFN executive committee "has decided to uphold the decision of the Program Committee Chairperson, Robert Malenka"
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[ Correspondence with the SFN ]

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