2020

2020

  1. Babiloni C, Blinowska K, Bonanni L, Cichocki A, De Haan W, Del Percio C, Dubois B, Escudero J, Fernàndez A, Frisoni G, Guntekin B, Hajos M, Hampel H, Ifeachor E, Kilborn K, Kumar S, Johnsen K, Johannsson M, Jeong J, Le Beau F, Lizio R, Lopes da Silva F, Maestú F, Mc Geown WJ, Mc Keith I, Moretti DV, Nobili F, Olichney J, Onofrj M, Palop JJ, Rowan M, Stocchi F, Struzik ZM, Tanila H, Teipel SJ, Taylor JP, Weiergräber M, Yener G, Young-Pearse T, Drinkenburg WH, Randall F. What electrophysiology tells us about Alzheimer’s disease: a window into the synchronization and connectivity of brain neurons. Neurobiol Aging, 2020, 85:58-73 (IF 4,40)
     
  2. Cavedo E, Lista S, Houot M, Vergallo A, Grothe MJ, Teipel SJ, Zetterberg H, Blennwo K, Habert MO, Potier MC, Dubois B, Hampel H; INSIGHT-preAD Study Group and the Alzheimer Predicion Medicine. Plasma tau correlates with basal forebrain atrophy rates in people at risk for Alzheimer disease. Neurology, 2020, 94(1) (IF 7,35)
     
  3. Schaat S, Koldrack P, Yordanova K, Kirste T, Teipel SJ. Real-Time Detection of Spatial Disorientation in Persons with Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia. Gerontology, 2020, 66(1): 85-94 (IF 3,35)
     
  4. Babiloni C, Lopez S, Del Percio C, Noce G, Pascarelli MT, Lizio R, Teipel SJ, González-Escamilla G, Bakardjian H, George N, Cavedo E, Lista S, Chiesa PA, Vergallo A, Lemercier P, Spinelli G, Grothe MJ, Potier MC, Stocchi F, Ferri R, Habert MO, Fraga FJ, Dubois B, Hampel H; INSIGHT-preAD Study Group. Resting-state posterior alpha rhythms are abnormal in subjective memory complaint seniors with preclinical Alzheimer’s neurophathology and high education level: the INSIGHT-preAD study. Neurobiol Aging, 2020, online ahead of print (IF 4,40)
     
  5. Nemy M, Cedres N, Grothe MJ, Muehlboeck JS, Lindberg O, Nedelska Z, Stepankova O, Vyslouzilova L, Eriksdotter M, Barroso J, Teipel SJ, Westman E, Ferreira D. Cholinergic white matter pathways make a stronger contribution to attention and memory in normal aging than cerebrovascular health and nucleus basalis of Meynert. Neuroimage, 2020, online ahead of print (IF 5,81)
     
  6. Zwingmann I, Dreier-Wolfgramm A, Esser A, Wucherer D, Thyrian JR, Eichler T, Kaczynski A, Monsees J, Keller A, Hertel J, Kilimann I, Teipel SJ, Michalowsky B, Hoffmann W. Why do family dementia caregivers reject caregiver support services) Analyzing types of rejection and associated health-impairments in a cluster-randomized controlled intervention trial. BMC Health Serv Res, 2020, 20(1):121 (IF 2,64)
     
  7. Kalzendorf j, Brueggen K, Teipel SJ. Cognitive Reserve is not associated with hippocampal microstructure in older adults without dementia. Front Aging Neurosci, 2020, 11:380 (IF 4,50)
     
  8. Goerss D, Hein A, Bader S, Halek M, Kernebeck S, Kutschke A, Heine C, Krueger F, Kirste T, Teipel SJ. Automated sensor-based detection of challenging behaviors in advanced stages of dementia in nursing homes. Alzheimers Dement, 2020, 16(4):672-680 (IF 14,42)
     
  9. Teipel SJ, Dyrba M, Chiesa PA, Sakr F, Jelistratova I, Lista S, Vergallo A, Lemercier P, Cavedo E, Habert MO, Dubois B, Hampel H, Grothe MJ; INSIGHT-preAD study group and for the Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative. In vivo staging of regional amyloid deposition predicts functional conversion in the preclinical and prodromal phases of Alzheimer’s disease. Neurobiol Aging, 2020, 93:98-108 (IF 4,40)
     
  10. Wittstock M, Wilde N, Grossmann A, Kasper E, Teipel SJ. Mirror movements in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: a combined study using diffusion tensor imaging and transcranial magnetic stimulation. Front Neurol., 2020, 11:164 (IF 2,64)
     
  11. Machado A, Ferreira D, Grothe MJ, Eyjolfsdottir H, Almqvist PM, Cavallin L, Lind G, Linderoth B, Seiger A, Teipel SJ, Wahlberg LU, Wahlund LO, Westmann E, EriksdotterM; Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative. The cholinergic system in subtypes of Alzheimer’s disease: an in vivo longitudinal MRI study. Alzheimers Res Ther., 2020, 12(1):51 (IF 7,07)
     
  12. Maier F, Spottke A, Bach JP, Bartels C, Buerger K, Dodel R, Fellgiebel A, Fliessbach K, Frölich L, Hausner L, Hellmich M, Klöppel S, Klostermann A, Kornhuber J, Laske C, Peters O, Priller J, Richter-Schmidinger T, Schneider A, Shah-Hosseini K, Teipel SJ, von Arnim CAF, Wiltfang J, Jessen F. Bupropion for the Treatment of Apathy in Alzheimer Disease: A Randomized Clinical Trail. JAMA Netw Open, 2020, 3(5):e206027 (IF -)
     
  13. Dyrba M, Mohammadi R, Grothe MJ, Kirste T, Teipel SJ. Gaussian Graphical Models Reveal Inter-Modal and Inter-Regional Conditional Dependencies of Brain Alterations in Alzheimer’s Disease. Front Aging Neurosci., 2020, 12:99 (IF 3,63)
     
  14. Rhein C, Mühle C, Lenz B, Richter-Schmidinger T, Kogias G, Boix F, Lourdusamy A, Dörfler A, Peters O, Ramirez A, Jessen F, Maier W, Hüll M, Frölich L, Teipel SJ, Wiltfang J, Lornhuber J, Müller CP. Association of a CAMK2A genetic variant with logical memory performance and hippocampal volume in the elderly. Brain Res Bull., 2020, 161:13-20 (IF 3,10)
     
  15. Wesselman LMP, van Lent DM, Schröder A, van de Rest O, Peters O, Menne F, Fuentes M, Priller J, Spruth EJ, Altenstein S, Schneider A, Fließbach K, Roeske S, Wolfsgruber S, Kleineidam L, Spottke A, Pross V, Wiltfang J, Vukovich R, Schild AK, Düzel E, Metzger CD, Glanz W, Buerger K, Janowitz D, Perneczky R, Tato M, Teipel SJ, Kilimann I, Laske C, Buchmann M, Ramirez A, Sikkes SAM, Jessen F, van der Flier WM, Wagner M. Dietary patterns are related to cognitive functioning in elderly enriched with individuals at increased risk für Alzheimer’s disease. Eur J Nutr., 2020, online ahead of print (IF 4,45)
     
  16. Görß D, Kilimann I, Dyrba M, Nitsch S, Krause B, Teipel SJ. [LATE: not every dementia is Alzheimer’s disease-Discussion of a new disease entity based on a case example: Current status of limbic-predominant age-related TDP-43encephalopathy (LATE)]. Nervenarzt, 2020, online ahead of print (IF 0,83)
     
  17. Schulze F, Müller S, Guli X, Schumann L, Brehme H, Riffert T, Rohde M, Goerss D, Rackow S, Einsle A, Kirschstein T, Köhling R. CK2 Inhibition Prior to Status Epilepticus Persistently Enhances KCa2 Funtion in CA1 Which Slows Down Disease. Front Cell Neurosci., 2020, 14:33 (IF 3,90)