Citation: Genes & Nutrition 2014 9:407
Topical Collection on Ageing
Obesity, diabetes and their associated diseases are some of the greatest challenges that the world health care systems already face and with prospects of overburdening their capacities and funding. Due to decr...
Citation: Genes & Nutrition 2014 9:406
There is an impressing body of evidence supporting the beneficial role of balanced nutrition in lowering the risk of dementia and its commonest form, Alzheimer’s disease. Nevertheless, and despite worldwide d...
Citation: Genes & Nutrition 2014 9:382
Alterations in trace element homeostasis could be involved in the pathology of dementia, and in particular of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Zinc is a structural or functional component of many proteins, being invo...
Citation: Genes & Nutrition 2013 9:379
Demyelination is a pathological process characterized by the loss of myelin around axons. In the central nervous system, oligodendroglial damage and demyelination are common pathological features characterizin...
Citation: Genes & Nutrition 2013 9:360
Cellular polarity concerns the spatial asymmetric organization of cellular components and structures. Such organization is important not only for biological behavior at the individual cell level, but also for...
Citation: Genes & Nutrition 2013 9:371