Experimental evidence suggests that excitotoxicity might play a major role in HIV-induced neurodegeneration. However, few studies have investigated the role of endogenous glutamate in patients with HIV dementia.

Ferrarese, C., Aliprandi, A., Tremolizzo, L., Stanzani, L., DE MICHELI, A., Dolara, A., et al. (2001). Increased glutamate in CSF and plasma of patients with HIV dementia. NEUROLOGY, 57(4), 671-5.

Increased glutamate in CSF and plasma of patients with HIV dementia

FERRARESE, CARLO;ALIPRANDI, ANGELO;TREMOLIZZO, LUCIO;STANZANI, LORENZO;DE MICHELI, ANNA;DOLARA, ALBERTO;
2001

Abstract

Experimental evidence suggests that excitotoxicity might play a major role in HIV-induced neurodegeneration. However, few studies have investigated the role of endogenous glutamate in patients with HIV dementia.
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Analysis of Variance; AIDS Dementia Complex; Glutamic Acid; Humans; Alzheimer Disease; Linear Models; Nervous System Diseases; Brain; Adult; Atrophy; Middle Aged; Female; Male
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Ferrarese, C., Aliprandi, A., Tremolizzo, L., Stanzani, L., DE MICHELI, A., Dolara, A., et al. (2001). Increased glutamate in CSF and plasma of patients with HIV dementia. NEUROLOGY, 57(4), 671-5.
Ferrarese, C; Aliprandi, A; Tremolizzo, L; Stanzani, L; DE MICHELI, A; Dolara, A; Frattola, L
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