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This was first suggested in 1967 (Suzuki and Terry), but measurement ofaxoplasmic flow in the human is not possible, and there are still no good animal models of deranged cytoskeleton. One might propose, however, that in the early stages of AD there is diminished axoplasmic flow and that as a result, synapses distant from the cell bodies suffer to the extent of dystrophic changes and degeneration. These changes would activate microglia. The loss of synaptic contacts would also result in lessened availability of neurotrophic factors from the target areas, so these factors would not get back to the cell bodies, which would ultimately die.
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Alzheimer Disease: From Molecular Biology to Theraphy by Luigi Amaducci, Marzia Baldereschi (auth.), Robert E. Becker, Ezio Giacobini, Joyce M. Barton, Mona Brown (eds.)