Dietary Sargassum fusiforme improves memory and reduces amyloid plaque load in an Alzheimer's disease mouse model

Jeroen Bogie, Cindy Hoeks, Melissa Schepers, Assia Tiane, Ann Cuypers, Frank Leijten, Yupyn Chintapakorn, Thiti Suttiyut, Surachai Pornpakakul, Dicky Struik, Anja Kerksiek, Hong-Bing Liu, Niels Hellings, Pilar Martinez-Martinez, Johan W. Jonker, Ilse Dewachter, Eric Sijbrands, Jochen Walter, Jerome Hendriks, Albert GroenBart Staels, Dieter Luetjohann, Tim Vanmierlo*, Monique Mulder

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Original languageEnglish
Article number4908
Number of pages16
JournalScientific Reports
Volume9
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 20 Mar 2019

Keywords

  • LIVER-X RECEPTORS
  • LXR AGONIST TO901317
  • HUMAN SERUM-ALBUMIN
  • PLANT STEROLS
  • CHOLESTEROL HOMEOSTASIS
  • BETA-SITOSTEROL
  • BRAIN
  • MICE
  • METABOLISM
  • ACTIVATION

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Bogie, J., Hoeks, C., Schepers, M., Tiane, A., Cuypers, A., Leijten, F., Chintapakorn, Y., Suttiyut, T., Pornpakakul, S., Struik, D., Kerksiek, A., Liu, H-B., Hellings, N., Martinez-Martinez, P., Jonker, J. W., Dewachter, I., Sijbrands, E., Walter, J., Hendriks, J., ... Mulder, M. (2019). Dietary Sargassum fusiforme improves memory and reduces amyloid plaque load in an Alzheimer's disease mouse model. Scientific Reports, 9, [4908]. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-41399-4