Publications

Sur la maladie d’Alzheimer

Imeka et ses collaborateurs


A. Pichet Binette, G. Theaud, F. Rheault, M. Roy, D L. Collins, J. Levin, H. Mori, J. Hong Lee, M. Rhys Farlow, P. Schofield, J. P. Chhatwal, C. L. Masters, T. Benzinger, J. Morris, R. Bateman, J. Cs Breitner, J. Poirier, J. Gonneaud, M. Descoteaux, S. Villeneuve, DIAN Study Group and the PREVENT-AD Research Group. Bundle-specific associations between white matter microstructure and Aβ and tau pathology in preclinical Alzheimer’s disease. Elife, May 13 2021.

M. Roy, F. Rheault, E. Croteau, C-A. Castellano, M. Fortier, V. St-Pierre, J-C. Houde, É. E. Turcotte, C. Bocti, T. Fulop, S. C. Cunnane, M. Descoteaux. Fascicle- and Glucose-Specific Deterioration in White Matter Energy Supply in Alzheimer’s Disease. Journal of Alzheimer Disease, June 15 2020

Geneviève Nolze-Charron, Raphaël Dufort-Rouleau, Jean-Christophe Houde, Matthieu Dumont, Christian-Alexandre Castellano, Stephen Cunnane, Dominique Lorrain, Tamàs Fülöp, Maxime Descoteaux, Christian Bocti. Tractography of the external capsule and cognition: A diffusion MRI study of cholinergic fibers, Experimental Gerontology, Volume 130, February 2020.

Dumont, M., M. Roy, P-M. Jodoin, F.C. Morency, J-C. Houde, Z. Xie, C. Bauer, T.A. Samad, K. R. A. Van Dijk, J. Goodman, M. Descoteaux, « Free water in white matter differentiates MCI and AD from control subjects », Frontiers Aging Neuroscience, 02 October 2019.

M. Fortier, C.-a. Castellano, E. Croteau, F. Langlois, C. Bocti, V. St-pierre, C. Vandenberghe, M. Bernier, M. Roy, K. Whittingstall, M. Lepage, E. Turcotte, T. Fulop, and S. Cunnane. « A ketogenic drink improves brain energy and some measures of cognition in MCI. », Alzheimer’s & Dementia, May, Volume 15, Issue 5, Pages 625–634, 2019

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