News and Views: Ground Zero in Alzheimer’s Disease, Nature Neuroscience
Our News and Views piece covering the fantastic work by Khan and colleagues in Nature Neuroscience is out in the current issue.
Abstract: New findings in preclinical Alzheimer’s disease patients and mouse models of the disease suggest that it is the lateral, rather than the medial, entorhinal cortex that is most susceptible to tau pathology early in Alzheimer’s disease. Aberrations begin here and spread to other cortical sites. Read the full News and Views here | Original paper