Nuclear dynamics and stress responses in Alzheimer's disease.
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In response to extracellular and intracellular stressors, the nucleus and nuclear compartments undergo distinct molecular changes to maintain cell homeostasis. In the context of Alzheimer's disease, misfolded proteins and various cellular stressors lead to profound structural and molecular changes at the nucleus. This review summarizes recent research on nuclear alterations in AD development, from the nuclear envelope changes to chromatin and epigenetic regulation and then to common nuclear stress responses. Finally, we provide our thoughts on the importance of understanding cell-type-specific changes and identifying upstream causal events in AD pathogenesis and highlight novel sequencing and gene perturbation technologies to address those challenges.


Spatial Transcriptomics
Spatial Temporal Transcriptomics
Alzheimer’s disease
Cell cycle deregulation
Gene regulations


Iatrou, Artemis
Clark, Eric M
Wang, Yanling

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